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PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION

Germany advises nationals to stay away from rallies in Venezuela

"People travelling to Venezuela and Germans currently staying in the country should stay away from any gathering of people and avoid being close to possible demonstrations. They should also bear in mind the specific safety warnings suggested for this country," the German Ministry for Foreign Affairs posted in its website

EL UNIVERSAL
Thursday January 10, 2013  12:42 PM
The German Ministry for Foreign Affairs advised Germans to stay away from the rallies scheduled for January 10 in Caracas considering the risks posed by such kind of events.

"The polarized political environment between supporters of the ruling party and the opposition has worsened," the ministry added in its website, DPA informed.

The website stressed, "Thousands of people are expected to attend the rally" in support of President Hugo Chávez and other similar events may take place in the next few days in Caracas and other main cities of the country.

"People travelling to Venezuela and Germans currently staying in the country should stay away from any mass concentration and avoid being close to possible demonstrations. They should also bear in mind the specific safety warnings suggested for this country," the website highlighted. 

Translated by Jhean Cabrera
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