A Delegation of five EU parliamentarians have been denied entry to Venezuela.
"We will be expelled from Venezuela. They took our passports,“ said the Spanish Deputy Esteban González Pons at the airport of Caracas on Sunday (local time) via Twitter.
A reason had not been called to the deputies.
The politicians had travelled at the invitation of the national Assembly and the Parliament's President, Juan Guaidó to Venezuela. Yet on Sunday, they had to fly back to Europe. Guaidó wrote on Twitter that the EU members had been identified by an "isolated and increasingly irrational Regime".daily mirror tomorrow location Free
in order to belong To the Delegation in addition to González Pons, the Spanish MEP José Ignacio Salafranca sánchez-Neyra, Gabriel Mato Adrover, the Dutch Esther de Lange, and the Portuguese forward Paulo Rangel. They are all members of the conservative EPP group.
In Venezuela, a political power raging battle. Guaidó had on 23. January to the transitional head of state. Meanwhile, more than 40 countries have recognized as the legitimate interim President, including the United States and Germany.More about
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Despite protests at home and abroad was President Nicolás Maduro in early January for a second term swearing in, which lasts until 2025. The elections of 20. May 2018, were Convinced that the international community is not democratic. So far, the military is officially on the side of Maduro. (epd)