Rusian Defense ministry said the series of electricity blackouts were part of a U.S. operation to put pressure on the Venezuelan government.Full Story
Besides renewing commitments to their country, Cuban workers expressed their solidarity with the Venezuelan people.Full Story
The Cuban president has faced new challenges with the support of the whole nation and the solidarity of brotherly peoples.
The president rejected the new aggression from the U.S. Government which attacks the rights of Venezuelans.
“This administration and the neocon war hawks that surround President Trump have made no secret about what their intentions are to further this regime change effort both in Venezuela as well as in Iran. So we are hearing these war drums beating."
The Venezuelan opposition leader boasted that his pressure on the government of President Nicolás Maduro prompted the Red Cross to deliver aid to the Bolivarian Republic.
Among those participating at the so-called "bi-partisan non-profit research organization" were people who helped plan war acts in Nicaragua.
"Ninety Venezuelans returned home from Argentina thanks to the "Return to Homeland Plan," says Foreign Affairs Minister Jorge Arreaza.
The supplies were received by Health Minister Carlos Alvarado at "Simon Bolivar" International Airport, in the state of Vargas.
The Housing Project was launched in 2011 by the Bolivarian government and over 12 million Venezuelans have benefited from the initiative.
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza rejected the "illegal application" of new sanctions against Venezuela.