Venezuela resumes oil exports to America. Last Minute WORLD headlines and events

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CARACAS –

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, in his first interview this year with the Latin American television channel Telesur, said: “Venezuela is ready, fully prepared, to move towards the normalization of diplomatic, consular and political relations with the current government in the United States. and with those forces that can subsequently lead the country.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro

Stating that he hopes America, which does not recognize him as the country’s legitimate president, will abandon its tough policy on Venezuela, Maduro said his expectations are profit-driven.

Noting that negotiations with the European Union, which is imposing sanctions on Venezuela, continue smoothly and there are positive developments, Maduro said: “I appeal to everyone, especially American companies. The doors of Venezuela are completely open to those who want to engage in production and investment with the provision of special conditions for them.

Oil exports to America in 4 years

Bilateral relations that were suspended last year after former US President Donald Trump’s administration recognized not Maduro but National Assembly President Juan Guaidó, who declared himself interim president, as the legitimate head of state of Venezuela, last year some senior US officials decided to visit Caracas .He moved into a new dimension with his meeting with Maduro.

After the resumption of negotiations between the Venezuelan opposition and the government in November last year, the White House gave permission to the American energy company Chevron, which has facilities in Venezuela, to extract oil and sell its products to the United States.

The decision means that Venezuela will once again start exporting oil to the US after a four-year hiatus.

The Bahamas-flagged Caribbean Voyager and UAC Eagle, chartered by Chevron, have arrived in Venezuelan territorial waters, Reuters reported, citing the Refinitiv Eikon vessel tracking system.

The tankers are said to carry 500,000 barrels of crude oil, launched over the weekend in the port of José in the state of Zulia, to the Pascagoula refinery in the US state of Mississippi for processing.

Last June, the Biden administration granted Italian energy companies Eni and Spain’s Repsol permission to ship Venezuelan crude to Europe in exchange for their receivables.

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