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By Reuters

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WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES (DECEMBER 20, 2019) (STATE DEPARTMENT TV) U.S. SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR VENEZUELA ELLIOTT ABRAMS WALKING UP TO PODIUM (SOUNDBITE) (English) U.S. SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR VENEZUELA ELLIOTT ABRAMS, SAYING: "Free elections for the National Assembly and free presidential elections are the way for Venezuela to emerge from its deep crisis. The (Venezuelan President Nicolas) Maduro regime appears intent on stopping them and closing off that peaceful path back to democracy and prosperity. The United States, the other nearly 60 nations that have recognized Juan Guaido as interim president because the May 2018 elections were fraudulent, and every country that seeks a peaceful way out from Venezuela through free elections, can see exactly what's going on in Caracas. That is why we will continue our sanctions and strengthen them. It's why we applaud the sanctions against regime officials adopted under the Rio Treaty. And that's why we hope the EU will follow with additional sanctions on the regime. The Maduro regime fears free elections so pressure is needed to get the free elections that can bring Venezuela out of the repression and poverty that have been the hallmark of the Maduro years." ABRAMS STANDING AT PODIUM ALONG WITH U.S. CHARGE D'AFFAIRES FOR VENEZUELA JAMES B. STORY (SOUNDBITE) (English) U.S. SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR VENEZUELA ELLIOTT ABRAMS, SAYING: "As to Mr. (Erik) Prince's travel, I only know what I read that all of you have written. He carried no message from the United States government. He was not a messenger for the United States government. He was not going on our behalf." JOURNALIST ASKING QUESTION (SOUNDBITE) (English) U.S. SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR VENEZUELA ELLIOTT ABRAMS, SAYING: "(Venezuelan President Nicolas) Maduro went to Moscow in September. If you look at the communique and the news reporting since then, no new investment, no new loans from Russia. Same is true of China. And when we talk to the Russians and the Chinese, they are well aware of the way in which Maduro and the regime are ruining the economy of Venezuela. They say it. They understand it full well. They have not diminished their political support for the regime but I think it's striking that they don't seem to be willing to give him another dime because they know it will be stolen or wasted and I think they know the regime is going to go." ABRAMS AND STORY WALKING AWAY AND ABRAMS SAYING 'MERRY CHRISTMAS' TO JOURNALISTS
Dateline: 2019

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Item ID:
122210202
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Editorial
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00:02:41
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Washington, D.c., United States, Us
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