Chevron was nearly booted from Venezuela in 2007 during a nationalization drive led by the late socialist President Hugo Chavez.
…contrasts with the far tougher line of the US, which has placed financial sanctions on 115 individuals, revoked the visas of hundreds more and imposed an oil embargo on the Opec nation while also restricting…
The European Union is readying new sanctions against Venezuelan security forces involved in human rights violations, the bloc’s foreign policy chief said on Tuesday, following the death in custody of a navy captain amid allegations of torture.
Venezuelan Minister of Communication and Information Jorge Rodriguez said Monday that the government’s delegation arrived in Barbados to resume dialogue with the opposition.
Venezuela’s opposition said on Sunday it will return to Barbados to continue talks with the government of President Nicolas Maduro as part of efforts to resolve the South American nation’s political crisis.
Chilean officials said on Saturday that the unborn baby of a Venezuelan migrant had died while the woman waited for the appropriate visa to cross the border from Peru into Chile.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has strongly disapproved the latest report about the country issued by the Office of the United Nations’ High Commissioner for Human Rights and demanded a rectification.
The Venezuelan authorities have signed an agreement with one of the largest Russian industrial enterprises, Minister of Industries and National Production Tarek El Aissami said on Friday.
Socialist Party Vice President Diosdado Cabello, who is influential in Maduro’s government, on Wednesday night dismissed the idea that any presidential election was in the works.
A former Venezuelan interior minister who was detained last year is on hunger strike in protest over being held incommunicado for 75 days, an opposition legislator and a source close to the case said on Thursday.