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Venezuela announces breaking diplomatic relations with the United States

Venezuela announces breaking diplomatic relations with the United States

January 24, 2019 11:41 Source: China News Network

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BEIJING, January 24 (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Maduro announced on the 23rd that Venezuela officially broke diplomatic relations with the United States. Since Maduro took office, the United States has frequently waved sanctions against Venezuela and has repeatedly expressed its opposition to the Maduro government. After Venezuela announced the "broken off", where will the relationship between the US and the US go, and how "breaking-off" will affect the relations between Latin American countries will cause concern.
The relationship between US and US continues to be tense
In recent years, the US government has been exerting pressure on the Latin American left-wing government to intervene in various forms, and Venezuela bears the brunt. In 2013, when Venezuelan President Chavez died of cancer and Maduro was elected, the United States adopted a clear or implicit way to support the opposition.
At the end of 2015, the Venezuelan opposition coalition gained control of the parliament, which led to the escalation of the conflict between the two sides in the past two years. The opposition party constantly pressured the Maduro government through parliamentary legislation, international intervention and street protests.
At the end of July 2017, Venezuela held a constitutional assembly election and subsequently established a constitutional assembly. The government hopes to lift the constitutional power of the opposition by reconstituting the constitution. The election was boycotted by the opposition and considered to be seriously unconstitutional.
The United States subsequently announced economic sanctions against a number of senior Venezuelan government officials, including President Maduro, and banned US financial institutions from participating in the new debt and equity transactions of the Venezuelan government and state-owned Venezuelan oil companies, and banned US institutions from participating in the Venezuelan public sector. Part of the bond transaction issued.


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In the general election held in May 2018, Maduro won and successfully re-elected the president. However, this election was opposed by the Venezuelan domestic opposition and the governments of Europe and the United States and several Latin American countries.
On January 10, 2019, Maduro was sworn in as the new Venezuelan president. Some countries, such as the United States, refused to recognize Maduro’s new term on the grounds of democracy and human rights, and continued to expand sanctions on economic, financial and trade.
In terms of diplomatic relations, although Venezuela and the United States had established diplomatic relations, since July 2010, the two countries have not exchanged ambassadors. In 2018, they also expelled diplomats from each other.
Latin American political allies reduced
In terms of regional relations, starting from the end of 2015, with the political pendulum in Latin America, Venezuela’s political allies in Latin America have been significantly reduced. Brazil, Argentina, Peru and other countries that have opposed “foreign forces’ interference in Venezuela’s internal affairs” have turned and become The party that pressured the Maduro government.
At the same time, Venezuela has received less and less support from regional organizations. There have been many changes in the positions of the Southern Common Market (referred to as the Southern Communist City) and the Union of South American Nations in Venezuela.
At the end of 2016, the four founding countries of the Southern Communist Party, Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay, suspended the membership of Venezuela on the grounds that “Venezuela did not meet the MERCOSUR agreement on trade, justice and human rights”. The Venezuelan Foreign Minister announced in April 2017 that Venezuela officially initiated the process of withdrawing from the organization because the Organization of American States seriously interfered with the internal affairs of Venezuela.


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The renewed political turmoil in Venezuela has triggered the breakup of the US and the United States, and Cuba expressed its support to the President Maduro. In the past two years, although the United States and the United States are close, the relationship between Cuba and Venezuela remains tight. As the main ally of Venezuela, Cuba has firmly opposed the US sanctions against Venezuela.
According to the analysis of the US policy toward Latin America, the United States has a basic consensus that a fragmented and ununited Latin America is more in line with the fundamental interests of the United States and can ensure the special influence of the United States in Latin America. Although the United States has adopted different strategies for countries in Latin America, its purpose is to continuously crack down on and weaken the left-wing forces in Latin America. (Finish)