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Opposition PNP wants Jamaica to justify its vote at OAS summit

KINGSTON, Jamaica June 28, 2016– Jamaica's main Opposition, the People's National Party,wants the Government to declare Jamaica’s position on whether to accept the agenda at the recent meeting called by the Permanent Council of the Organisation of American States (OAS), which failed to recognize the legitimacy of the democratically elected government of Venezuela.

No CARICOM help needed in Venezuela

There is no humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and therefore no need for Barbados and the Caribbean to intervene, resident Head of Mission at the Venezuelan Embassy Franciso Perez Santana has declared.
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OAS Backs Venezuela, Approves Review of Almagro's Actions

The Organization of American States wrapped up a three-day session focused on discussing the situation in Venezuela on Wednesday with a decision in favor of taking further action to assess whether OAS chief Luis Almagro’s move to invoke the Democratic Charter against the South American nation was legitimate.

Don't yield to US pressure, Maduro tells C'bean leaders

HAVANA, Cuba (AFP) — Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro on Saturday accused the United States of exerting "brutal pressure" on nations in the region to isolate his country, already battered by an economic crisis and domestic political upheaval.

Venezuela Government Holds Talks with Opposition

The Venezuelan government held talks on Friday with opposition members in order to preserve the peace in the country and promote respect for national sovereignty, the constitution and the welfare of Venezuelan people, the Union of South American Countries UNASUR said on Saturday.

Guyana’s Ambassador to Venezuela yet to present credentials

Amidst the strained relations between Guyana and Venezuela, Guyana’s Ambassador to Venezuela, Cheryl Miles is yet to be invited to present her credentials to President Maduro despite a number of reminders says Guyana's Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge.
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