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Nicolás Maduro severs relations with Panamá

The Venezuelan president rejected any attempts at sending a special envoy from the Organization of American States (OAS)

Maduro referred to the OAS as a dying organization (TV screen capture)
EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday March 05, 2014  06:10 PM
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on Wednesday broke off ties and froze bilateral business relations with Panama. The announcement came after Panama requested the Organization of American States (OAS) to hold a debate on the Venezuelan conflict.

"I have decided to break off ties and freeze business relations with Panama," Maduro said.

Referring to the statements issued by OAS' Secretary General José Miguel Insulza, Maduro commented that Venezuela has not requested any debates. "We would be mad if we requested them; it (OAS) is a dying organization," Maduro remarked.

He stressed Venezuela has not called for a special envoy from the OAS, and underlined that Venezuela would not accept any calls from the OAS Permanent Council.
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