Venezuela allows, nevertheless, the EU's ambassador in the capital, Caracas, Isabel Brilhante Pedrosa, to be.
Thus pulling the venezuelan government in the country with the requirement that the EU ambassador to leave the country.
It informs the ministry of foreign affairs, according to Reuters.
on Monday told the country's president, Nicolas Maduro, that he had given the EU the ambassador 72 hours to leave the country.
the Announcement came after the EU had announced sanctions against 11 venezuelan officials.
But the 'political dialogue' has Thursday led to the european UNION-the ambassador are allowed to be. According to the ministry of foreign affairs of Venezuela, foreign minister, Jorge Arreaza, and the EU's foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, spoken about the case in the telephone.
And are therefore reached, that the expulsion was not the proper solution.
the Relationship between Venezuela and the european UNION have been tense since 2017, when Venezuela became the first Latin american country to have imposed sanctions of the european UNION, including an arms embargo.
Among the venezuelan officials on Monday were punished with sanctions, opposition politician Luis Parra.
With the Maduro support he's fighting for the post of head of the national Assembly against its president, Juan Guaidó.
Guaidó used his position as the head of the parliament to challenge the Maduro leadership in January 2019, to proclaim himself as Venezuela's acting president.
It came to pass, after the national Assembly had stamped Maduro as a 'usurper' - a term for a person who illegally acquire power - after his controversial re-election in 2018.
Juan Guaidó is recognized as Venezuela's interim president, of more than 50 countries, including the UNITED states and large parts of the EU.