CARACAS, Venezuela.- Venezuela’s Foreign Affairs Minister Samuel Moncada rejected this Friday the resolution of U.S. congressmen to demand the approval of new sanctions against the South American country.
U.S. Congressmen join the Central Intelligence Agency by approving a resolution demanding more sanctions against Venezuela, the head of Venezuelan diplomacy Tweeted.
Moncada accompanied his publication with an image of the document approved by the American Congress, which calls for more drastic sanctions from economic, social and political standpoints against the South American nation.
Recently, the American Treasury Department applied punitive measures to officials of the Bolivarian government, for allegedly undermining Venezuelan democracy, as the head of the Presidential Commission for the Constituent National Assembly, Elias Jaua.