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T&T | Keith Rowley Gov't refuses to support Venezuela's Juan Guido in the OAS

PORT-OF-SPAIN January 8, 2021 - The government of  the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago says it will not be supporting  any motions brought forward by a 'purported representative' of Venezuela at the Organisation of American States (OAS), however it will continue to participate in all other matters. 

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  • Countries Trinidad_Tobago

CARICOM | Sanders flays OAS for allowing Guaidó attack on Trinidad and Tobago

MONTEGO BAY, December 19, 2020 - Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda to the United States and the Organisation of American States, Sir Ronald Sanders has described as “sordid” and “a presumptuous assault,” an attack on the Government of Trinidad and Tobago by a representative of Juan Guaidó at a meeting of the Organization of American States last Wednesday over the drowning death of 16 Venezuelan refugees at sea.

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  • Countries Antigua_Barbuda, Trinidad_Tobago
  • Published in CARICOM

VENEZUELA | Mercenary Operations Against Venezuela: An Evolution

TeleSUR, May 23, 2020 - Venezuela has recently been subject to a number of attempts of mercenary penetration in the country. According to research conducted by authorities of the Venezuelan National Government, several armed cells made up by mercenaries and Venezuelan and foreign former militaries have intended to gather in Venezuelan territory in order to organize and perpetrate1 terrorist actions, including attempts on the lives of State authorities and chavismo leaders and, in turn, coordinate sedition among the FANB (Spanish acronym for National Bolivarian Armed Force).

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  • Countries Latin America

Venezuela in 2019: a successful year of resistance

CARACAS,  Venezuela, January 26, 2020 - The failure of Juan Guaido to be re-elected as president of the National Assembly is also a failure of the US to bring about regime change through his self-proclamation as “president in charge” of Venezuela.

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  • Countries Latin America
  • Published in Opinion

Guaido Has Links With Money Launderer Defended by Rudy Giuliani

Venezuela's Communication Minister Jorge Rodriguez Thursday informed that international media have disclosed data on the links between opposition lawmaker Juan Guaido and Alejandro Betancourt, who is being investigated by the United States justice for money laundering.

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  • Countries Latin America

Venezuelan Assembly to Investigate US Funding to Guaido

The president of the National Assembly (NA), Luis Parra, has announced that the Parliament will name a special commission that will be in charge of investigating the use of the alleged humanitarian aid funds sent to sectors of the extreme right of Venezuela, by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

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  • Countries Latin America

Venezuelan Opposition Rejects Juan Guaido's Leadership

The Venezuelan opposition stated on Sunday that they would not be seeking the reelection of the self-proclaimed president Juan Guaidó. According to their statement, the opposition is choosing to move forward without Guaido, as his corruption and failures have worsened their cause.

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  • Countries Latin America
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