(Worthy News) – At least two Americans imprisoned in Venezuela have reportedly been released in what appears to be a sign that the Biden administration is making headway in negotiating an oil deal to ward off rising gas prices as the United States moves to ban imports of Russian oil.
Gustavo Cardenas, one of the so-called Citgo 6 detainees, and Jorge Alberto Fernandez, a Cuban American tourist detained on suspicions of terrorism for his use of a drone in Venezuela, were the two released.
“Obviously, we’re going to continue to do everything we can to bring anyone who is detained in Venezuela or any other part of the world home, but they happen through different tracks,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday when asked if Venezuela would have to release U.S. prisoners in exchange for eased sanctions. “They’re all a part of the conversation with Venezuela writ large but not at the same time.” [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]
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