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UN Human Rights Chief welcomes the release, although conditional, of Vice-President of the Venezuelan National Assembly, Edgar Zambrano. @mbachelet  urges the authorities in #Venezuela  to release all remaining political prisoners.

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The team advising Venezuelan National Assembly PresidentJuan Guaido skipped a payment on the nation’s only bonds not in default, setting up a legal showdown with creditors

A Venezuelan government delegation led by the President of the National Constituent Assembly Diosdado Cabello, visited Vietnam this weekend to strengthen cooperation between the two nations. #Vietnam 

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido says he welcomes the return of Nicolas Maduro's deputies to the National Assembly

EXCLUSIVE: Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido says he welcomes the return of President Nicolas Maduro's deputies to the National Assembly.

VIDEO: Venezuelan opposition-led National Assembly ratifies Juan Guaido as president in charge of the country until "the usurpation by President Nicolás Maduro ceases"

@jaarreaza  #LIVE | ' #Venezuelas  Foreign Minister : @jaarreaza  "The Venezuelan National Assembly cannot -by itself- join or re-join an international organization. These policies should be defined by the president of the country. " .

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Over the weekend, Venezuelan opposition leaders warned the country's regime was poised to shut down the National Assembly. That hasn't happened — but something just as distressing to pro-democracy advocates is taking place.

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@dcabellor  #LIVE | ' #Venezuelas  National Constituent Assembly (ANC) President : @dcabellor  "The U.S. stole us more than 25 billion dollars and they keep us sanctioned. The people are the most affected by these actions carried out with the collaboration of the Venezuelan opposition. " .

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The citizens of Venezuela have suffered for too long at the hands of the illegitimate Maduro regime. Today, I have officially recognized the President of the Venezuelan National Assembly, Juan Guaido, as the Interim President of Venezuela.

The Maduro government has waged a violent crackdown on Venezuelan civil society, violated the constitution by dissolving the National Assembly and was re-elected last year in an election many observers said was fraudulent. The economy is a disaster and millions are migrating. 1/3

Today, the National Assembly published a decree signed by Interim President Juan Guaido on May 21, to extend the validity of Venezuelan passports. The U.S. recognizes this extension of passport validity for visa issuance and other consular purposes.

President has officially recognized the President of the Venezuelan National Assembly, Juan Guaido, as the Interim President of Venezuela.

.: The FANB must protect the Constitution and the Venezuelan people. It should stand by the National Assembly and the legitimate institutions against the usurpation of democracy. The United States stands with the people of Venezuela.

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.

The U.S. fully supports Interim President Juan Guaido and the National Assembly. We will continue to intensify our efforts to end Maduro’s usurpation of Venezuela’s Presidency and will hold the military and security forces responsible for protecting the Venezuelan people.

The United States will hold Venezuelan security forces responsible for the safety of President Guaido and the National Assembly. Any violence against them or their families will be met with a significant response. The world is watching.

Canada recognizes Juan Guaidó, National Assembly President, as the interim President of #Venezuela . We stand with the Venezuelan people + their desire to restore constitutional democracy. Read my statement:

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