Juan Guaidó
¿A cuál Gobierno reconoce Estados Unidos en Venezuela?

El gobierno estadounidense considera que la verdadera institución democrática en Venezuela es la Asamblea Nacional de 2015 que no se ha reunido en siete años y cuyo mandato expiró tras las elecciones de diciembre de 2020

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

Daily Round-Up | Morocco criticized for sentencing asylum-seekers after Melilla incident and more

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of Moroccan authorities punishing asylum seekers, China carrying out military drills, Venezuela’s opposition abandoning Juan Guaido, and an Israeli right-wing plan to Judaize Palestinian territories

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

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

Venezuela’s gold dispute in UK courts is a battle for sovereignty

The official government of Venezuela has been engaged in a legal dispute with the Bank of England to regain control over gold assets worth over $1.8 billion

Colombia’s incoming foreign minister visits Venezuela to plan resumption of relations

The ministers signed an agreement that foresees the appointment of ambassadors in Caracas and Bogotá after Petro’s inauguration

From invading Iraq to Guaidó’s flop: the CV of coup-plotter John Bolton

In a recent interview with CNN, former US National Security Advisor John Bolton affirmed his role in coups abroad. The hardliner was an architect of the invasion of Iraq, and most recently, played a role in the attempted coup against Venezuelan President Maduro.

Dialogue between US and Venezuela advances step further

Venezuela received a visit from a US delegation amidst US and European efforts to tackle a brewing energy crisis driven by the imposition of sanctions on Russia.

The nations of Latin America and the Caribbean unite in boycott of Biden’s Summit of the Americas

Leaders of over a dozen countries in the region have condemned the exclusion of Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela from the Summit

Venezuela sanctions After Cuba, US moves to ease energy sanctions on Venezuela

A day after easing restrictions on family remittances and travel to Cuba, the Biden administration announced the reversal of some energy sanctions on Venezuela. This comes amid widespread rejection of the exclusion of Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela from the Summit of the Americas