USA removes unilateral measures against somes entities and ships related to Venezuela
The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced this Thursday the lifting of unilateral measures against four entities and ships that were related to Venezuela.
In a statement quoted by the Sputniknews news agency, the Office of Foreign Assets Control indicated that “it is revoking and filing (…) 37 general license”, which authorizes the completion of transactions involving Delos Voyager Shipping Ltd., Romina Maritime Co Inc ».
The Panamanian-owned Delos Voyager company, as well as Romina Maritime Co Inc, were in charge of storing Venezuela’s oil from November 2019 to May 2020.
The other vessels correspond to the Delos Voyager Shipping and Euroforce vessels; while the companies respond to the names Seahero, Adamant Maritime LTD; Sanibel Shiptrade LTD and Voyager I.
Venezuela filed a complaint before the International Criminal Court (ICC) for the coercive measures imposed by the United States since 2014 when the first Executive order was signed, signed by then President Barack Obama, and intensified during the Donald Trump administration.
The National Government repeatedly emphasized that the coercive measures of the United States have generated millionaire losses to the Nation of more than 130,000 million dollars.