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“Los Pachenca” criminal organization involved in failed mercenary incursion against Venezuela

A paramilitary organization called “Los Pachenca”, which operates in the Santa Marta’s Sierra Nevada, Barranquilla, Riohacha, La Guajira and the Colombian northern coast, supplied weapons to the small group of deserters that participated in the failed armed incursion against Venezuela on May 3, denounced Sectorial Vice-president of Communication, Culture and Tourism Jorge Rodríguez.

Venezuela, Nicaragua strengthen bilateral cooperation in post CODIV-19 tourism strategy

Minister of People’s Power for Tourism and Foreign Trade Felix Plasencia held a working meeting Wednesday, May 20, with Nicaragua’s Ambassador to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Yaosca Calderon in order to assess their countries’ bilateral relations, especially their experience in post COVID-19 management, and to fine-tune strategies and protocols that could be implemented in both countries.

COVID-19 cases rise to 824 in Venezuela

The number of COVID-19 cases in Venezuela rose to 824 after authorities detected 75 new cases: 3 community transmissions, 5 international transmissions, 66 nationals returning from Colombia and 1 from Brazil, informed President Nicolás Maduro Wednesday, May 20, in a briefing at the Miraflores Presidential Palace.

Foreign Minister Arreaza requests U.S. Congress to determine responsibilities of Trump’s government in failed incursion against Venezuela

Venezuela’s Attorney General Tareck William Saab informed that his Office sent a letter to Speaker of the U.S.  House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi where he offers information on the events related to “Operation Gideon” and the participation of U.S. nationals linked to the Donald Trump’s administration.

Venezuela denounces before UN, PAHO inaction of Colombian authorities against COVID-19 on border

The Presidential Commission for the Prevention and Control of Coronavirus (COVID-19), headed by Vice-president Delcy Rodríguez, held a meeting with representatives of the UN System and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) accredited to Venezuela in order to denounce the inaction of Colombian migration authorities on the border with Venezuela in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, a situation that promotes Venezuelans’ entry through informal border crossing points.

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