Tag: Venezuelan Economy
The opposition, mindful of the collapse of past dialogue attempts that only served to strengthen the government’s hand, has insisted the starting point for negotiations be a willingness by Maduro to hold presidential elections within a reasonable time frame
Néstor Popolizio Minister of Foreign Affairs of Peru, speaks during the press conference on Venezuela. At right is Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada, and at left is Roberto Ampuero, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Chile on 3 June at United Nations
This week Plugged In takes a look at the crisis in Venezuela. How did the once-wealthy South American country spiral to the edge of political and financial ruin? And who’s really in charge?
Many of the Venezuelans who cross the Simon Bolivar bridge each day between the city of Cucuta in Colombia and the state of Tachira in Venezuela ask, “What’s next?”
Soldiers deployed to a bridge connecting Venezuela with Colombia preventing humanitarian aid on the Colombian side, with a tanker and two large trucks getting stuck in the middle of the bridge