OPEC Secretary-General Mohammed Barkindo has visited Venezuela to strengthen bilateral ties between the rich oil-producing South American country, which is one of the 13 countries that make up the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
Argentina is planning to upgrade its diplomatic ties with Venezuela after former President Mauricio Macri's decision in 2015 not to appoint an ambassador to Caracas.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Monday stressed all countries needed to resume full diplomatic ties with Venezuela, which cannot survive on its own.
Venezuelan authorities Monday arrested a 72-year-old woman and her son for mocking President Nicolás Maduro in a Tik Tok video that went viral. They were charged with “incitement to hatred.”
International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Karim Khan Thursday announced the opening of an office in Caracas to further strengthen President Nicolás Maduro's pledge to abide by international law in matters of human rights.
Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro Thursday unleashed anger worldwide when he claimed his government deserved the Nobel Prize in Economics, which earned him a barrage of negative comments on social media.
President Iván Duque has made Colombian oil available to the United States if the Joseph Biden administration needs to stabilize global energy prices following Russia's military operations in Ukraine, it was announced in Bogotá Thursday.
The United States and Venezuela are back in talking terms. White House admitted on Monday that a US delegation held weekend talks in Caracas with the government of Nicolas Maduro including discussions on energy supplies.
Measures and sanctions targeting Russia's economy and banking system because of its military invasion of Ukraine, are having a great impact in world trade but the situation is anticipated will be particularly worse for some Latin American countries close to Moscow and the Vladimir Putin regime.
Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro Tuesday called Russian President Vladimir Putin on the telephone to express his “strong support” and wish him well regarding the military deployment in Ukraine, according to Kremlin sources.