China offered on Wednesday to assist Venezuela in fixing its damaged power grid network. President Nicholas Maduro, who still retains control of the army and other state institutions accused the U.S. of conducting cyber sabotage in the country’s electricity network. Further, the Venezuelan President denounced the international community for…
A mysterious diplomatic incident came to press on Tuesday.
In a two-staged voting process, the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council vetoed two different resolution proposals on Thursday focused on the settlement of the political turmoil in Venezuela.
In what appears to be an increasingly futile effort, Venezuela’s armed forces are desperately trying to hinder access of foreign humanitarian aid to the country. So far, more than 50 states have officially recognised the opposition leader…
The U.S. Special Envoy for Venezuela, Elliott Abrams, participated in a series of undercover discussions with Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, Jorge Arreaza last week.
The United Nations criticised stakeholders in the Venezuelan crisis on Wednesday that the provision of humanitarian relief to the country shall not be used as leverage to attain political purposes.
In an unexpected move, the Kremlin endorsed on Wednesday the reimbursement of €38 million to Cuba for modernising its military arsenal.
The closure of the proceedings of the E.U. Foreign Policy Ministerial Conference on Monday, revealed the depth of the schism that currently exists among member-states in important foreign policy questions.
Pope Francis offered on Tuesday to use his “good offices” mandate and broker a peaceful resolution to Venezuela’s political turmoil.
A Venezuelan legislator exposed the foiled attempt of Venezuelan authorities to transfer $1.2 billion to Uruguayan bank accounts on Tuesday.