USA withdraws all its diplomatic staff from Venezuela

Washington, .- The United States Government announced on Monday that it will withdraw throughout this week the diplomatic staff still in its embassy in Caracas for the “deterioration of the situation” in Venezuela and for constituting its presence an “obstacle” to the Washington strategy.

“This decision reflects the deterioration of the situation in Venezuela, as well as the conclusion that the presence of diplomatic personnel in the embassy has become an obstacle to US policy,” the US secretary of state said in a statement. ., Mike Pompeo. (EFEUSA)


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