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Difusión selectiva de documentos electrónicos sobre Venezuela

11 de marzo de 2019

Briefing by Special Representative for Venezuela Elliott Abrams

U.S. Department of State

March 8, 2019

“I wanted to provide an update on Venezuela, which had another momentous week. Interim President Juan Guaido’s return to Venezuela was an important milestone for his efforts to restore democracy to his country. The warm welcome he received from Venezuelans and the international community is a sign of the broad support he enjoys. You also know that the regime illegitimately declared, attempted to declare the German ambassador to Venezuela Daniel Kreiner persona non grata. The United States stands with Germany and the more than 50 other countries in the world recognizing Juan Guaido as the interim president of Venezuela”.

U.S.-Venezuela Relations and the Path to a Democratic Transition

By Mark Green, U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator

USAID

March 7, 2019

“The U.S. government is hardly alone. A dozen plus countries have made concrete pledges, and five, including the U.S., have already taken steps to pre-position assistance. In addition, we know that private sector sources are also attempting to respond to Guaidó’s request. As you are no doubt aware, on February 23, Interim President Guaidó and courageous Venezuelan volunteers attempted to bring some supplies from the international community, including some from USAID across the border. Unfortunately, they were confronted by security forces alongside colectivos. It’s clear that the Venezuelan people will not be deterred by Maduro’s brutality or cowardice and neither will the U.S. Government.”

Statement from the National Security Advisor Ambassador John Bolton

The White House

March 6, 2019

The United States strongly supports the democratic transition in Venezuela led by Interim President Juan Guaido and the National Assembly and is pursuing several new diplomatic and economic initiatives in support of that transition.  The United States is putting foreign financial institutions on notice that they will face sanctions for being involved in facilitating illegitimate transactions that benefit Nicolas Maduro and his corrupt network.  We will not allow Maduro to steal the wealth of the Venezuelan people.

U.S. Policy in Venezuela

By Elliott Abrams, U.S. Special Representative for Venezuela

Foreign Press Center

March 5, 2019

“U.S. policy is unchanged. It is to support democracy in Venezuela, to support the National Assembly, which is the only democratically elected part of the government, and to support the interim president, who was the leader of the National Assembly, Juan Guaido. We are placing significant pressure, along with other members of the international community, on the Maduro regime. As you know, there are 54 countries that recognize Juan Guaido as the legitimate interim president of Venezuela.”

 

 

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