Argentine Prosecutors have decided to charge the Iranian captain of the Venezuelan-flagged Boeing 747-300 seized at the Ezeiza international airport in Buenos Aires, it was announced Tuesday.
Uruguay's Foreign Minister Francisco Bustillo Monday stressed his country never put the Venezuelan-Iranian plane currently seized in Buenos Aires at risk.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Saturday argued the opposition had tried to make a political gain out of the Venezuelan-Iranian aircraft scandal by linking it “with such painful events as the AMIA bombing.”
Argentina's Ambassador to Bolivia Ariel Basteiro Friday said his country would soon authorize the Boliviana de Aviación (BoA) flight from Viru Viru (Santa Cruz de la Sierra) to Buenos Aires carrying the 190 passengers of Venezuela's Conviasa stranded there.
The United States Embassy in Buenos Aires is keeping an eye on the case of the Iranian-Venezuelan cargo airplane seized at the Ministro Pistarini international airport in Ezeiza, which is on the US Treasury's black list.
Hundreds of angry passengers were complaining Thursday at Buenos Aires' international Ezeiza airport as the Conviasa flight they were supposed to board to Caracas was not available, after the Airbus 340-600 purchased from Iran's Mahan Air this week landed in Bolivia and flew back to Venezuela.
An Airbus 340-600 which used to belong to Iran's Mahan Air and has been handed over to Venezuela's Conviasa just this week was en route to Buenos Aires' Ezeiza international airport Wednesday when it was diverted to Bolivia.
Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro held a meeting Wednesday with the emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad al Thani in Doha, during which cooperation in the fields of energy, economy, investment, agriculture, and tourism were discussed, according to local media reports.
Uruguayan lawmakers of the opposition Frente Amplio (FA - Broad Front) Tuesday announced they would summon Defense Minister Javier García before Congress' Defense Committee to explain why he had banned from national airspace the Venezuelan-Iranian Boeing 747-300 now held in Buenos Aires.
Venezuela's oil output production fell 5% from May of 2022 to the previous month, according to the latest Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) released Tuesday.