United States warns those who facilitate the shipment of Venezuelan oil to Cuba
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- 03 / 12 / 2019
The White House National Security Advisor, John Bolton, sent a message to the companies not to facilitate the shipment of Venezuelan oil to Cuba.
"The Venezuelan National Assembly has decreed the suspension of oil exports to Cuba after the collapse of the national electricity grid, insurance companies and flag bearers who facilitate these deliveries to Cuba are now warned," he wrote in his letter. twitter account.
The Venezuelan National Assembly has decreed the suspension of crude exports to Cuba following the collapse of the national electrical grid. Insurance companies and flag carriers that facilitate these give-away shipments to Cuba are now on notice.— John Bolton (@AmbJohnBolton) 11 de marzo de 2019
In this way he referred to the announcement made by the interim president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, who decreed the cessation of the oil shipments made by the Maduro regime to the largest of the Antilles, for which he requested the help of the international community. that supports and recognizes it.
"We have decreed no more oil shipments to Cuba, they are not going to continue chuleando the money of the people of Venezuela (...), not only we decree, but we request international cooperation to make this measure effective," said Guaidó in the emergency legislative session held for the blackouts affecting the oil country.
In addition, supply problems in Venezuela worsened on Monday due to the intermittence of electric service, with many people struggling to obtain basic products and water.
Before the situation that is lived Guaidó decreed the state of alarm for 30 days, which is authorized when there are public calamities that affect the security of the nation.
The lack of electricity has aggravated the crisis in hospitals, which already provide services that are greatly diminished due to lack of investment and maintenance, in addition to the shortage of medicines.