“We have said that sanctions will continue, we announced sanctions yesterday,” Abrams said. “There will be more, there will be more this week, there will be more next week. We’ll continue to impose sanctions on high-ranking members of the regime and people who handle their financial affairs”. He added that the United States would reintroduce a UN resolution this week calling for humanitarian aid delivery to Venezuela. He also said he hopes the resolution will call for free elections in Venezuela. The US special envoy also noted that he would not be meeting with any representatives of Maduro’s government. READ MORE: Dialogue Can Stop US Invasion From Plunging Venezuela Into Bloody War — Analysts On 28 January, the United States, which is supporting self-proclaimed Venezuelan president Juan Guaido, introduced sanctions against the Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA, having blocked its assets and interests, worth of $7 billion, amid the crisis in Venezuela. Washington also prohibited any deal with the Venezuelan oil giant. © CC BY 2.0 / John5199 / USAF RC135W Rivet Joint US Spy Plane Reportedly Spotted Over Venezuela as Maduro Warns of Risk of WarGuaido declared himself “interim president” on 23 January and was immediately recognized by the United States and about 50 other states. Russia, China, Cuba, Bolivia and a number of other states have,… Read full this story
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