A tweet traveling through the network has “reinstated hope” for those who have to apply for visas to the United States and need to travel to other countries to do so because Venezuela has a northern border. The US country has no diplomatic representation. , According to computer engineer Anthony Deaquin, the US embassy in Caracas is planned to reopen in the second half of this year. But that information is nothing more than a wish, the declaration is false as of the date of writing this note.
Deaquin was an advisor to the Ministry of the Interior and Justice on electronic documents until 2009. He later became critical of the government of Hugo Chávez when he handed over control of Venezuela’s data to the Cuban state telecommunications company, Elbet Engineering and Systems. He currently resides in the United States of America and is engaged in the real estate business.
It is not true that the United States has plans to reopen the US embassy in Caracas. Ambassador James Storey, head of the Venezuelan Affairs Unit operating out of the US Embassy in Bogota, Colombia, published on his official Twitter account on June 29: “Yes, we would love to be back in Venezuela, but not at the moment. Plan to return .
In July, rumors also spread about the reopening of the embassy in Caracas. According to the Associated Press agency’s verification unit, Twitter and Facebook posts suggested that, through an alleged agreement between the United States and Venezuela, President Joe Biden’s government made the decision. However, the Associated Press could not find any information about it on the website of the US State Department.
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On January 23, 2019, Nicolas Maduro announced a unilateral severance of diplomatic relations with the US, giving US diplomatic officials 72 hours to leave the country. The president accused Washington of supporting a “coup” attempt after the White House recognized opposition leader Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s “president in charge”.