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Published: Thu, March 30, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

EE. UU. Emits serious warning to its citizens in Venezuela: if crisis worsens it will not be able to help them


"Political rallies and demonstrations occur with little warning, and are expected to occur more frequently in the following months in Caracas and across the country," the US alert states. (El Venezolano News)

The United States government warned its citizens in Venezuela to leave the South American country as soon as possible, since worse conditions will not be able to help them. >

This time the US alert reflects a serious warning, especially for those already in the South American country.

On Thursday, December 15, the Foreign Security Advisory Council of the State Department From the USA Published: "Travel Warning: If the security climate worsens, US citizens should be aware that they are responsible for arranging their departure from Venezuela."

In the warning made through Of the social network Twitter, the administration of Barack Obama included photographs of protests in Venezuela and street fires in that country.

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Similarly, the US government asked citizens on its territory not to To travel to the country ruled by Nicolás Maduro, due to the increase of violent crimes and social unrest. He warned that the situation is unpredictable and pointed out that Venezuelan security forces have arrested or detained US citizens with Very little or no evidence of crime.

"Political rallies and demonstrations occur with little notice, and are expected to occur more frequently in the following months in Caracas and throughout the country. The country, "the statement said.

"Because of the scarcity of some food and medicine, American citizens must be prepared to meet their needs while they are in the country," the State Department says.

El Nuevo Herald

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