Migration Colombia banned Venezuelan citizen Emanuel Andrade Colmenares, son of ex-military Alejandro Andrade Cedeño, who was treasurer of Venezuela between 2007 and 2010 from entering his national territory.

Map. History of Venezuela conflict

16 October 2019
3 month ago
Colombia will propose to the Lima Group targeted sanctions against Maduro's circle
Lilian Tintori arrived in Washington DC She will meet @SenatorMenendez and @marcorubio
Ledezma: With famine and lack of medicines Maduro turns Venezuela into a concentration camp
Jorge Arreaza rejected the statements of the High Representative of the European Union, Federica Mogherini, who said that there will be "new sanctions" for officials from the Maduro environment if an understanding is not reached among the political actors in Barbados.
Maduro government calls Mogherini's statements about upcoming sanctions "unacceptable threats"
3 month ago
Migration Colombia banned Venezuelan citizen Emanuel Andrade Colmenares, son of ex-military Alejandro Andrade Cedeño, who was treasurer of Venezuela between 2007 and 2010 from entering his national territory.
Secretary of the Treasury of the USA: 'I do not know anyone who uses petro currency successfully'
Acting President Juan Guaidó: "You do not have to read between the lines to know that we have achieved an international force as before"
Acting President Juan Guaidó: "It would be naive to trust those who tortured a captain to death"
President-in-charge Juan Guaidó on the detention of his officials: "It would be a mistake to see any mechanism as a solution in itself, being in the 10 working days for the approval of the TIAR, it is not only approving it is talking to the allies"
The Venezuelan government is considering switching to a payment system operated by Russia as an alternative to SWIFT in preparation for further sanctions by the United States
3 month ago
In Zulia, sectors of the municipality of Maracaibo and San Francisco are without light
European Union warns that if there are no concrete results in the negotiations in Barbados, it is ready to extend its sanctions against officials of the Maduro government
In Macuto and the Edo Corals. VARGAS, the light went out
3 month ago
Mérida: Strong electrical fluctuation in the center
Maduro dismisses the commanders of the The Integral Strategic Defense Regions(REDI) and Zodi, in the midst of instability within the Venezuelan Armed Forces(FANB)
Blackout In the Chaguaramos, internet services also down
Caracas: Minutes ago reported an electric downturn in several areas of Caracas
Carlos Scull, Venezuela's ambassador to Peru, visited the hospital ship USNS Comfort.3 month ago
Carlos Scull, Venezuela's ambassador to Peru, visited the hospital ship USNS Comfort.
Delegation of the Maduro government is in Barbados, to start the negotiation round
Chinese soldiers spotted in Fuerte Tiuna today
Diosdado Caballo, president of the National Constituent Assembly, pointed out that the ANC could call parliamentary elections "at any time".
John Bolton:The United States denounces the Maduro government's arbitrary arrest of two members of Interim President Guaido's team. The dictatorship continues to use intimidation to repress dissent. The world cannot allow these human rights abuses to continue. Maduro must go.
3 month ago
Colombian MFA Carlos Holmes Trujillo condemned the detention of the two guards of Guaidó: "The illegitimate government of Maduro continues to demonstrate its disrespect for human rights"
USA asks the international community for more pressure on Maduro in Venezuela
Maduro threatens to transfer Chevron assets to Russia and China
[email protected] from Trujillo: "Here is a country full of hope, strength and future"
The streets of Boconó, Trujillo were filled with people to welcome Guaidó
Eliot Abrams: This week the government denied the repeated requests of the family of Captain Acosta Arévalo to obtain the repatriation of his remains.
Elliott Abrams, US special representative for Venezuela: "No one will forget the situation in Venezuela, Greece recognized interim president Juan Guaidó and will not be the last country to do so."
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