CARACAS – Venezuela, June 17, 2019 -The Reuters news agency says Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido has asked the Jamaican government not to seize PDVSA's shares in the Kingston based oil refinery Petrojam.
Cuba is rejecting once again the latest cultural and educational restrictions imposed by the United States on the island nation for supporting Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, saying support for the Venezuelan leader is “not negotiable.”
The United States has been playing the role of the world's economic bully. So far, the U.S. has imposed sanctions against Afghanistan, Burundi, Burma, Cuba, North Korea, China, Cyprus, Haiti, Libya, Lebanon, Belarus, Crimea, Eritrea, Iran, Iraq, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Russia, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Russia, Ukraine, Venezuela, Yemen and Zimbabwe.
MOSCOW, Russia, June 5, 2019 - President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping met Wednesday in Moscow in order to discuss bilateral agreements and strategic interests, while also discussing the situation in Venezuela, vowing that their governments would work hard to "stabilize."
Sanctions can take various forms as embargoes, travel bans, asset takeovers and freezes, capital restraints and trade restrictions. The United States government has been using them against countries and governments that do not comply with their interests.
TeleSUR, May 27, 2019 -Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Monday that Moscow was ready to play a role in talks between the Venezuelan government and opposition in Oslo if the participants felt it was useful.