Mexican firm in bankruptcy due to US sanctions on Venezuela

Mexican firm in bankruptcy due to US sanctions on Venezuela

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Mexican company Libre Abordo declares bankruptcy by interrupting imports of Venezuelan oil in exchange for food under pressure from the United States.

Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza on Sunday condemned the US economic sanctions on Twitter. against his country and the constant attacks by Washington on “freedom of trade”.

“Due to illegal and criminal pressure from the US government, the Mexican company that received Venezuelan oil in exchange for food and humanitarian supplies, declares bankruptcy. Washington thus violates human rights in Venezuela and freedom of trade, “denounced the top Venezuelan diplomat.

He assured that Venezuela will also denounce this case before the International Criminal Court (ICC): “They are irrefutable evidence of the perverse and illegal nature of the US sanctions regime, which shows that they lie when affirming that there are exceptions for humanitarian reasons.”

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