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The USA continues to pursue its aggression against Venezuela

Economic sanctions, attempt to suspend Venezuela from the Organization of American States (OAS) and threats, marked the escalation of attacks that led the United States (USA) against the homeland of Bolivar one month after the victory of Nicolas Maduro in the presidential elections from May 20th.

Venezuela suspends oil delivery to some Caribbean countries

Platts Oilgram News Market Report says  Venezuela’s PDVSA  is suspending petroleum deliveries to about half of the Caribbean countries in its Petrocaribe agreement due to fall in crude production and the effects of the United States sanctions on that country's economy.
  • Published in Energy

Maduro Takes Oath to Fulfill Presidential Duties

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro took an oath that he would fulfill his duties to the constitution and carry out changes for peace and prosperity of Venezuela. after he won the May 20 elections with a wide margin with 68 percent of the vote.

US Expels Two Venezuelan Diplomats in Retaliatory Move

The United States Department of State declared Wednesday the Charge d’Affaires of the Venezuelan embassy, Carlos Ron, and the Deputy Consul General of the Venezuelan consulate in Houston as persona non grata and directed them to leave the country within 48 hours.
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