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US does not recognize Venezuela’s election results

WASHINGTON – Even before the final result of the Venezuelan presidential election is known, the US has stated that it does not recognize the outcome. This is according to the Deputy Foreign Secretary John Sullivan. The results indicated a re-election of the current head of state, Nicolás Maduro. But under Maduro, the oil-rich country has […]

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US does not recognize Venezuela’s election results

WASHINGTON – Even before the final result of the Venezuelan presidential election is known, the US has stated that it does not recognize the outcome. This is according to the Deputy Foreign Secretary John Sullivan. The results indicated a re-election of the current head of state, Nicolás Maduro. But under Maduro, the oil-rich country has […]

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US does not recognize Venezuela’s election results

WASHINGTON – Even before the final result of the Venezuelan presidential election is known, the US has stated that it does not recognize the outcome. This is according to the Deputy Foreign Secretary John Sullivan. The results indicated a re-election of the current head of state, Nicolás Maduro. But under Maduro, the oil-rich country has […]

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US does not recognize Venezuela’s election results

WASHINGTON – Even before the final result of the Venezuelan presidential election is known, the US has stated that it does not recognize the outcome. This is according to the Deputy Foreign Secretary John Sullivan. The results indicated a re-election of the current head of state, Nicolás Maduro. But under Maduro, the oil-rich country has […]

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Curaçao government pleased with lifting ConocoPhillips seizure

WILLEMSTAD – The government of Curaçao is pleased with the judgment in summary proceedings concerning the removal of the third-party seizures laid by ConocoPhillips. Prime Minister Eugene Rhuggenaath stated that the judge put the country’s interests first. The seizure of ConocoPhillips has been lifted to the extent necessary for the fuel and electricity supply in […]

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Curaçao government pleased with lifting ConocoPhillips seizure

WILLEMSTAD – The government of Curaçao is pleased with the judgment in summary proceedings concerning the removal of the third-party seizures laid by ConocoPhillips. Prime Minister Eugene Rhuggenaath stated that the judge put the country’s interests first. The seizure of ConocoPhillips has been lifted to the extent necessary for the fuel and electricity supply in […]

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