Venezuela
Which government does the United States recognize in Venezuela?

The US government believes that the real democratic institution in Venezuela is the National Assembly of 2015 that has not met in seven years and whose term expired after the election of December 2020

Venezuela rejects US ‘BOLIVAR Act’ that penalizes business with its government

The ‘BOLIVAR Act,’ approved by the US Senate last Friday, prohibits US federal agencies from doing business with anyone who has commercial dealing with the Nicolás Maduro government

Venezuelan government and opposition sign deal after talks in Mexico

The Venezuelan government had withdrawn from negotiations in October 2021 after a round of talks in August, following the illegal detention and extradition of Alex Saab.

Venezuelans commemorate ‘Day of Loyalty and Love for Hugo Chávez’

On December 8, 2012, the then-President of Venezuela Hugo Chávez delivered his last public speech and called on the people to preserve the unity of the patriots in the struggle and battle for victory

Venezuelan government and opposition sectors sign a new partial agreement

The head of the government delegation, Jorge Rodríguez, reported that the agreement creates a mechanism aimed at recovering Venezuelan resources blocked abroad and using the same to address vital social needs of the people

Colombia-Venezuela flights resume
Colombia and Venezuela resume flights after over two years of suspension

The reactivation of flights between the two countries marks an important step in the resumption of relations and will have immediate impacts on the citizens of both countries

Nicolás Maduro at COP27: “There is a connection between the environmental crisis and global poverty”

In his address to COP27, the Venezuelan president highlighted that capitalism was responsible for the environmental crisis and urged the body to move forward with climate financing

Colombian and Venezuelan presidents agree to consolidate bilateral relations

Gustavo Petro and Nicolás Maduro agreed to establish a new joint-cooperation strategy based on the principles of brotherhood, solidarity, and complementarity that make the relationship between Colombia and Venezuela more effective

Gustavo Petro and Nicolás Maduro hold historic meeting in Caracas

The Colombian and Venezuelan heads of state met in the Venezuelan capital, marking the further strengthening of the diplomatic ties between the neighboring countries

“Using Venezuelan women in the campaign is disgusting”: Venezuelan feminists rebut Bolsonaro

Feminist collectives repudiated the president’s statements about young Venezuelan girls and demanded that migrants be protected

After seven years, Colombia and Venezuela reopen their border

Those living in border areas on both sides hailed the reopening and thanked President Gustavo Petro and President Nicolás Maduro for taking the crucial step

“Democracy is our word”: Historic exchange between Venezuela, Cuba, and US working people held in New York

On September 25, diplomats from Global South nations including Cuba and Venezuela, organizers, and working people gathered in Harlem to challenge imperialism