REPORT: Alex Saab Illegal Detention Setting Bad Precedent In Humanitarian Mission

City Mirror News | May 24, 2021

On June 12, 2020, Venezuelan Special envoy and Ambassador to African union, Alex Saab, was on a humanitarian mission, flying from Caracas to Iran to procure food and gasoline for the Venezuelan CLAP food assistance program when he was arrested during a stopover in Cape Verde.

Saab was detained based on the request of the Donald Trump-led United State government over allegations of money laundering. Analysts have argued that the continued detention and the planned extradition of the diplomat to face charges in America is politically motivated.Read More »


A Month and a Half Ago the US Stole Ships from Liberia with 3 Million Barrels of Gasoline: President Maduro

Orinoco Tribune | October 01, 2020

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, during the delivery of the Anti-Blockade Law to the National Constituent Assembly (ANC), expressed that the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States against Venezuela is part of a doctrine of the North American nation, to generate a regime change in Venezuela to benefit its own interests.

The President said that “researchers calculate that the income not received by Venezuela due to the fall in oil production between 2015-2019, is above 65 billion dollars.”Read More »