US Plotting Against Venezuela, CIA Head Confirms PDF Print E-mail

CIA Director Mike Pompeo revealed the U.S. advises Mexico and Colombia on developments in Venezuela

Venezuela’s foreign minister condemned CIA schemes to overthrow the government of President Nicolas Maduro, denouncing the CIA’s dealings with foreign governments such as Mexico and Colombia to manipulate events in Venezuela.

Caracas: A Tale of Two Cities as Opposition 'Strike' Begins PDF Print E-mail

Opposition supporters in the more affluent east side of Caracas set up road blocks, while normal life goes on in the western working class.

In the working class areas of west Caracas, Venezuela, where a large percentage of the population lives, public services have not stopped, buses and public transportation are still running as people reject the opposition's call for a 24-hour "strike" Thursday.

CNN Journalist ‘Governments Pay Us To Fake News’, Shocking Exposé PDF Print E-mail

According to Amber Lyon, a three-time Emmy award winning journalist, CNN is routinely paid by the US government and foreign governments to selectively report on certain events and make up fake news stories.

Furthermore, the Obama administration pay CNN for editorial control over some of their content.

Venezuela Builds 1.4 Mil Homes For Poor Families PDF Print E-mail


"Today we reach an incredible goal, after so much war: 1,400,000 homes built and delivered to our people. Let's continue winning," Maduro posted to his Twitter account. The public housing program is either free or low of cost, depending on the family's means. In another message, he said that despite the economic war and the drop of over 70 percent in crude oil prices, his government has not stopped investing in social care policies."

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Diplomatic Relations PDF Print E-mail

Diplomatic relations between Venezuela and India, which were established on October 1st 1959, have widened, diversified and deepened growing cooperation on political, technical, economic, and scientific areas, since President Hugo Chávez visit to New Delhi, in March 2005. The exchange of high level visits has contributed to strengthen the bilateral relations and contributed to an atmosphere of mutual goodwill and understanding.

Relations between Venezuela and India are based on friendship, cooperation and convergence on several issues at the international and bilateral levels. There is a symmetry between the two governments in their commitment to the pursuit of social justice and fair distribution of welfare. As members of the United Nations, the Group of 15, and the Non – Aligned Countries both countries consistently promote multilateralism, self determination, dignity, and equality among all nations.



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