DIPLOMACY. The Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs has summoned to its headquarters Venezuelan ambassador to Spain Mario Ricardo Isea. The move is aimed at presenting a formal complaint over recent remarks by President Nicolás Maduro against Spanish Head of Government Mariano Rajoy, whom Maduro "has labeled by publicly and repeatedly as an assassin," the website of Spanish newspaper El Mundo reported.
Minister of Petroleum informed
HYDROCARBONS. Venezuela's Ministry of Petroleum and Mining informed on Monday that the price of Venezuelan oil continues to "weaken" in the international market.
Eduardo Trujillo Ariza, internationalist lawyer
Minister of Petroleum informed
News This Week
- The US calls for peaceful settlement of Venezuela-Guyana dispute
- OAS' observation requested in December election
- MUD: This is the best electoral structure we have had in 16 years
- US blacklists Venezuela for human trafficking for the second time
- Director of Venezuelan Federation of Liquors, Fray Roa, arrested
- Venezuelan oil continues to "weaken"
- Venezuela's Central Bank drains liquidity by VEB 25.90 billion
- Pro-government deputies propose dual forex rate
- Spanish gov't summons Venezuelan ambassador to Madrid
- PetroVietnam ponders investments in Orinoco Oil Belt
- Attorney General asks police to capture people involved in street protests
- When the future depends on securing a place at university
- Most demonstrations in Venezuela in 2015 are social protests
- "Venezuela has how to get ahead in the case with Guyana"
- ICJ is the court of last resort to settle the Essequibo case
- Spanish Senators try to visit Leopoldo López in Ramo Verde jail
- Spanish Senators prevented from visiting Leopoldo López
- Granger: Guyana is facing a challenge to its survival
- July 24 marks the 232 anniversary of Liberator Simón Bolívar's birth
- UN gives Venezuela one year to "correct" the issue of temporary judges
- Spanish senators hear "heartbreaking" testimonies from Venezuelans
- Venezuela's Maduro: Oil is at USD 48, but I will improve education
- Several sectors ask for relaxation of controls to recover the economy
- MUD agrees on single ballot, strategy and campaign for parliament vote
- Venezuelan gov't seeks to balance agricultural production
- Deputy Jesús Faría proposes two forex rates to adjust the economy
- UN welcomes Venezuela's human rights plan
- FM Rodríguez meets with UNDP representatives
- Guyana's president visits the US to discuss dispute with Venezuela
- Electoral gender quotas not to change primary election results
- A chronology of the Venezuela-Guyana border dispute over the Essequibo
- Venezuelan National Assembly deplores Spanish "gag law"
- UN, IACHR denounce harassment of HR activist in Venezuelan TV show
- Spanish senators to visit Mayor Ledezma
- Shannon: Venezuela-US dialogue was Maduro's initiative
- "Directo BCV" bonds auctioned for USD 95 million
- Cabello accuses opposition of politicizing border dispute
- The US expects dialogue with Cuba to favor rapprochement with Venezuela
- Venezuelan ex-military officers arrested, linked to Sinaloa cartel
- Food Chamber rejects diversion of foodstuff to public stores
- Venezuelan ex-governor to appeal political bar
- Parlatino Venezuela okays agreement in defense of Essequibo
- Foreign senators to visit Caracas to learn about "humanitarian crisis"
- FM Delcy Rodríguez meets with Pdvsa's international oil subsidiaries
Her family recalls that -ever since she was a student in the first year of high school- Isabela showed the strong persuasion she would study medicine.
Guyana, Venezuela at odds
DIPLOMACY As in the past 170 years, the trigger for the dispute between Venezuela and Great Britain (and later the Cooperative Republic of Guyana) over the Essequibo is what lays underground. To recover that territory and its wealth, Venezuela should utilize legal, political and diplomatic strategies.
BORDER DISPUTE Venezuela is ready to appear at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to recover the Essequibo, said Elsie Rosales, tenured lecturer of juridical sciences at the Central University of Venezuela (UCV).
BORDER DISPUTE Guyana "is facing a challenge to its survival" because of the border dispute with neighboring Venezuela, which could threaten the regional security, Guyanese President David Granger warned in Washington, D.C.