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CARACAS, Thursday March 26, 2015 | Update
 

SANCTIONS

Celac rejects "coercive" US measures against Venezuela

(AVN / File photo)

SANCTIONS.  The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac), of which Ecuador holds the pro-tempore presidency, rejected what it described as the implementation of "coercive" policies by the United States against Venezuela, informed on Thursday Ecuadorian Foreign Affairs Minister Ricardo Patiño.  

10:30 AM
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US SANCTIONS

Parlatino asks the United States to resume talks with Venezuela

President of the Latin American Parliament Ángel Rodríguez (TV screen capture)
The Head of the Latin American Parliament (Parlatino) Ángel Rodríguez said the Seventh Summit of the Americas would allow Venezuela and the United States to enter into dialogue
10:23 AM
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HYDROCARBONS

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Meeting in Moscow

Venezuelan, Russian oil ministers assess joint projects

They agreed joint actions to strengthen oil prices (Handout photo)
The officials checked energy, oil, and gas agreements signed during the last visit of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro to Moscow
10:15 AM
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GOVERNMENT

Venezuela's Maduro: "I want to take 10 million signatures to Panama"

Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro (TV screen capture)
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro stated around four million signatures have been collected so far to demand the US government to repeal sanctions against seven Venezuelan officials
10:09 AM
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PLANNING

ECLAC to work on poverty with economic authorities in Venezuela

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro met with the Executive Secretary (...)
The Economic Commission for Latin American and the Caribbean (ECLAC) will join efforts against poverty in Venezuela with the National Statistics Institute and the Planning Vice-President's Office
10:02 AM
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GOVERNMENT

Maduro: Venezuela is ready for dialogue with the United States

Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro (TV screen capture)
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro reckoned that respect was pivotal to engage in such dialogue
03/26/2015
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FOREIGN OFFICE

Spain rules out possibility that González harms relations with Venezuela

At a press conference in Rio de Janeiro, the Spanish Secretary of State for International Cooperation and for Ibero-America, Jesús Gracia, stressed that former President Felipe González made clear from the beginning that his initiative of defending Venezuelan dissenters was private

03/26/2015
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HUMAN RIGHTS

Lawyer reports that court ordered the release of ex mayor Ceballos

The court order enables ex Mayor Daniel Ceballos to run for public (...)
Juan Carlos Gutiérrez, the attorney of the leader of opposition Voluntad Popular (People's Will) party reported on Thursday that despite the court release command "imprisonment is still effective at the 15th trial court"
03/26/2015
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ECONOMY

Dismantling regulations is recommended

It is said that the control scheme in Venezuela collapsed

03/26/2015
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OPINION

Excerpts of column "Runrunes" (Rumors) of Thursday, March 26

High VATICAN. The Holy See and Pope Francis played a prominent role in the secret talks between the United States, joined by Canada, and Cuba two years ago. In recognition for such role, the government of Panama extended an invitation to (...)

03/26/2015
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GOVERNMENT

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At the Summit of the Americas

Maduro to ask Obama to end conspiracy against Venezuela

The Venezuelan president claimed a group of fugitives is undermining (...)
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro asserted that in the upcoming Summit of the Americas, he would demand President Barack Obama to repeal the executive order imposing sanctions on seven Venezuelan officials and declaring Venezuela's situation a threat to US security
11:52 AM
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OIL

Venezuelan FM Ramírez visits Qatar amidst OPEC tour

FM Ramírez is visiting OPEC countries to discuss oil prices (File photo)
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Rafael Ramírez arrived in Qatar on Thursday in the context of his tour across the member nations of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), with a view to defining a joint strategy to balance crude oil prices, ahead of the 166th OPEC regular meeting scheduled for November 27 in Vienna, Austria.
10:30 AM
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US SANCTIONS

Parlatino asks the United States to resume talks with Venezuela

President of the Latin American Parliament Ángel Rodríguez (TV screen capture)
The Head of the Latin American Parliament (Parlatino) Ángel Rodríguez said the Seventh Summit of the Americas would allow Venezuela and the United States to enter into dialogue
10:23 AM
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HYDROCARBONS

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Meeting in Moscow

Venezuelan, Russian oil ministers assess joint projects

They agreed joint actions to strengthen oil prices (Handout photo)
The officials checked energy, oil, and gas agreements signed during the last visit of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro to Moscow
10:15 AM
 | 

GOVERNMENT

Venezuela's Maduro: "I want to take 10 million signatures to Panama"

Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro (TV screen capture)
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro stated around four million signatures have been collected so far to demand the US government to repeal sanctions against seven Venezuelan officials
10:09 AM
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PLANNING

ECLAC to work on poverty with economic authorities in Venezuela

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro met with the Executive Secretary (...)
The Economic Commission for Latin American and the Caribbean (ECLAC) will join efforts against poverty in Venezuela with the National Statistics Institute and the Planning Vice-President's Office
10:02 AM
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GOVERNMENT

Maduro: Venezuela is ready for dialogue with the United States

Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro (TV screen capture)
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro reckoned that respect was pivotal to engage in such dialogue
05:57 AM
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SANCTIONS

Celac rejects "coercive" US measures against Venezuela

The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac) passed a resolution expressing its "rejection of the implementation of coercive unilateral measures contrary to the international law," stated Ricardo Patiño, the Ecuadorian Foreign Affairs Minister

 

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"There is consensus for fuel price adjustment"

HYDROCARBONS A former guerilla member. Irrepressible.  Untamable. A fast-talking, honest man that gets straight to the point. Now, a member of parliament. Always a non-conformist. He claims that there is a majority aware that fuel prices need to be raised. Fernando Soto Rojas, the president of the Standing Committee on Energy and Petroleum of the National Assembly, talks incessantly about an issue of top priority for our country.

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