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John Bolton: Time to take action against Venezuelan President

US national security adviser John Bolton on Tuesday called for tougher international action against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro after Washington froze his government's assets by stepping up pressure on the leftist leader. John Bolton said at a summit on Venezuela...

Diosdado Cabello: US marines were likely to enter Venezuela

Venezuelan Socialist Party leader Diosdado Cabello said on Saturday that US marines were likely to enter Venezuela. "We are few and we are a small and very modest country and here the Marines are likely to enter," Cabello said after...

Spanish oil company Repsol slashes the sales in Venezuela for the second time

Spanish energy company Repsol continues to cut its sales in Venezuela, which at the end of the first half of 2019 amounted to 393 million euros ($ 437 million), almost 14 percent less than at the end of 2018. According...

Venezuelan president launches massive military exercise with one million troops

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced on Thursday the launch of a massive military exercise for his country's armed forces, involving more than a million military and PDF personnel. "Today marks the start of the first phase of the Simón Bolívar...

Juan Guaido announces resumption of dialogue with Maduro

Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido has announced a resumption of dialogue with the government of Nicolas Maduro. The self-proclaimed transitional president said on Sunday that a meeting on the Caribbean island of Barbados would speak of a "way out...

Venezuelan army supports Guaido?

In Venezuela, the event seems reversed after opposition leader Juan Guaido made a video to the people in the early hours on Tuesday. Guaido was surrounded by soldiers as sign of their support, they dressed blue armband. Apparently, the video...

Moscow calls on Washington to stop fueling tension in Venezuela

Russian Foreign Ministry denounced the US decision to impose sanctions on Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza, demanding that Washington should return to the framework of international law and stop the policies of extortion and fueling tension in Venezuela. . In...

First humanitarian aid arrives in Venezuela

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) has announced the arrival of the first humanitarian aid package to Venezuela. News network ABC pointed out that medical supplies to address the most needy patients arrived in the...

Pentagon: Development of new military options to deter influence of Russia and China in Venezuela

The Pentagon is developing "new military options" on Venezuela aimed at deterring Russian, Cuban and Chinese influence within Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's regime, sources at the Pentagon said. The sources added that warrants for "deterrence options" had been issued following...

US Treasury will impose new sanctions on Venezuelan companies

The United States Treasury Department announced new sanctions on Friday on four companies and nine ships belongs to Venezuela in its latest attempt to pressure Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's government, which Washington sees as illegitimate.. Three European companies are operating...
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