On Monday, said U.S. national security adviser John Bolton and minister of finance Steven Mnuchin to the united states breaks relations with the oil company PDVSA. This means that no us company is allowed to do business with PDVSA.
the Purpose is to increase the pressure on president Nicolás Maduro and speed up a peaceful takeover. Bolton called on the military in Venezuela to stand behind Juan Guaidó, which, according to Bolton, is Venezuela's rightful leader.
At the press conference in the White house said Bolton to vice president Mike Pence repeatedly has talked with Juan Guaidó, the last few days.
then Juan Guaidó declared himself interim president in Venezuela. Ställningskriget between Guaidó and president Nicolás Maduro has escalated for each day.
According to human rights organisations, at least 35 people have been killed by the security forces during the troubles. At least 850 people have been arrested by the security forces in connection with the unrest, including 77 children.
On Monday, calls on Juan Guaidó venezuelans have to go out on the streets and demonstrate again. First, for a few hours with a strike on Wednesday and then in a national demonstration on Saturday.
Francis is that he is horrified by the developments in Venezuela. The argentinian Francis is the first latinamerikanske the pope and catholicism is the predominant religion in Venezuela.
" What I fear? A bloodbath, he said to journalists on a plane from Panama, and added that he hopes for a ”just and peaceful solution” to the political crisis, and that human rights should be respected, reports The Guardian.
for more countries to recognise Guaidó that the Venezuelan leader. On Monday joined Australia to the growing group where Israel, Canada and several Latin american states are included.
Spain, France, Germany, the united kingdom and Denmark require that Maduro will announce a new election within eight days, otherwise countries will consider Guaidó as president.
On Monday night, it became clear that Canada next Monday will host a meeting within the Limagruppen - where in addition to Canada 13 Latin american countries included. At the meeting in Ottawa, the countries shall discuss what shall be done with the reason of the crisis in Venezuela.
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