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Venezuela Turns to Russia, Cuba and China in Health Crisis
Venezuelans have been suffering dire shortages of medicines because of economic chaos and political conflict.
The Mixed Feelings of Moscow's Venezuela Community About Life Abroad
We decided to ask the Venezuelan community in Moscow what they think about what's happening in their country.
Russia Accuses U.S. of Planning to Arm Venezuelan Opposition
Russia says Washington was deploying special forces and equipment near the South American nation.
We Won't Allow a Color Revolution in Venezuela, Moscow Says
Russia's Foreign Ministry has said it won't allow a "color revolution."
Russia Warns U.S. Against Meddling in Venezuela Crisis
Russia has sided with President Nicolas Maduro in his stand-off with opposition leader Juan Guaido.
Kremlin Denies About-Face on Maduro, Brushes Off Evacuation Plans
Bloomberg earlier reported that Russia was beginning to doubt Maduro's ability to survive an opposition challenge.
Russia Approves 43M Dollar Loan to Cuba's Military
Communist-ruled Cuba is a close ally of Venezuela.
Russia Starts to Worry Maduro's Grip Is Slipping in Venezuela
Moscow is acutely aware of how few levers it has to rescue Maduro.
Russia Backs Talks Between Venezuela's Maduro and Opposition
Major European nations on Monday joined the United States in recognising opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president.
Did a Russian Plane Take Off With Venezuela’s Gold?
Russian officials have dismissed the reports as “propaganda.”
Kremlin Denies Receiving Message From Venezuela's Guaido
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday Moscow had not yet received a message from Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who said he had sent...
Arrival of Russian Passenger Jet Fires Up Venezuela's Rumor Mill
It was the first time the Boeing 777, with space for 400 passengers, had made the route from Moscow to Caracas.
Russian Finance Ministry Says Venezuela Must Repay Its Debt to Moscow on Time
Russia expects Venezuela to make its next scheduled debt repayment to Moscow on schedule at the end of March.
Kremlin Considers U.S. Sanctions on Venezuela Illegal Interference
The Kremlin said on Tuesday that U.S. sanctions on Venezuela's state oil company amounted to illegal and open interference in the Latin American country's...
Russia Expects Venezuela Will Struggle to Remunerate Moscow
Russia expects Venezuela will probably have problems servicing its sovereign debt to Moscow.
Russian Mercenaries Arrive in Venezuela to Shore Up Maduro's Rule
President Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the Kremlin has no information about the deployment.
Guns, Oil and Loans: What's at Stake for Russia in Venezuela?
The Russian government and Rosneft have handed Venezuela at least $17 billion in loans and credit lines since 2006.
Maduro’s Collapse Would Be a Defeat for Putin Too
If Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s regime falls, Vladimir Putin will have to write off yet another costly geopolitical bet.
Russia Cautions U.S. Against Military Intervention in Venezuela, Reports
Russia on Thursday warned the United States not to intervene militarily in Venezuela, saying such a move would trigger a catastrophic scenario.
Russia Denounces Venezuela Coup Attempt as 'Monstrous' U.S. Meddling
Senior Russian lawmakers have expressed support for Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro.
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