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The judge said she had never seen such camaraderie between Bar members fighting the cases of different clients. until that happens, 2016 12:38 pm German Chancellor Angela Merkel. (AP Photo) Top News There is no reason to lift the European Union’s sanctions against Russia as Moscow has not fulfilled all of its commitments under the Minsk peace plan German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in an interview published on Friday Merkel told the RedaktionsNetzwerks Deutschland (RND) that Russia had caused a major crisis by annexing the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea in 2014 and with its support for separatists in eastern Ukraine “Europe had to react against this violation of basic principles” Merkel said She added that she and French President Francois Hollande were working “with all one’s strength” to urge Ukraine and Russia to implement the Minsk ceasefire agreement despite all the difficulties “This is and remains the yardstick for the future of the sanctions” Merkel said The EU agreed in June to extend energy financial and defence sanctions on Russia over the conflict in Ukraine until the end of January next year German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and other leading Social Democrats the junior partner in Merkel’s ruling coalition have struck a more conciliatory tone by saying that the EU should gradually phase out sanctions against Russia if there is progress in the peace process For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 26 2017 8:25 am US President Donald Trump (File) Related News US President Donald Trump signed an executive order that prohibits dealings in new debt from the Venezuelan government or its state oil company on Friday in an effort to halt financing that the White House said fuels President Nicolas Maduro’s “dictatorship” Maduro who has frequently blamed the United States for waging an “economic war” on Venezuela said the United States was seeking to force Venezuela to default — but he said it would not succeed The order is Washington’s biggest sanctions blow to date against Maduro and is intended to punish his leftist government for what Trump has called an erosion of democracy in the oil-rich country which is already reeling from an economic crisis It suggests a weakening in already strained relations between the two countries Just three days ago Maduro said the relations between Caracas and Washington were at their lowest point ever “All they’re trying to do to attack Venezuela is crazy” said Maduro on a TV broadcast on Friday “With the efforts of our people it will fail and Venezuela will be stronger more free and more independent” Venezuela faces a severe recession with millions suffering food and medicine shortages and soaring inflation The South American nation relies on oil for some 95 percent of export revenue Citgo Petroleum the US refiner of Venezuela’s ailing state-run oil company PDVSA is “practically” being forced to close by the order warned Maduro adding that a preliminary analysis showed the sanctions would impede Venezuelan crude exports to the United States He said he was calling “urgent” meetings with US clients of Venezuelan oil The new sanctions ban trade in any new issues of US-dollar-denominated debt of the Venezuelan government and PDVSA because the ban applies to use of the US financial system As a result it will be it tricky for PDVSA to refinance its heavy debt burden Investors had expected that PDVSA would seek to ease upcoming payments through such an operation as it did last year which usually requires that new bonds be issued Additional financial pressure on PDVSA could push the cash-strapped company closer to a possible default or bolster its reliance on key allies China and Russia which have already lent Caracas billions of dollars “They want us to fall into default” said Maduro adding that just under two-thirds of Venezuelan bond holders are in the United States Maduro insisted that Venezuela would continue paying its debts The decision also blocks Citgo Petroleum from sending dividends back to the South American nation a senior official said in a further blow to PDVSA’s coffers However the order stops short of a major ban on crude trading that could have disrupted Venezuela’s oil industry and worsened the country’s faltering economy It also protects holders of most existing Venezuelan government and PDVSA bonds who were relieved the sanctions did not go further Venezuelan and PDVSA bonds were trading broadly higher on Friday afternoon “Maduro may no longer take advantage of the American financial system to facilitate the wholesale looting of the Venezuelan economy at the expense of the Venezuelan people” US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Friday Venezuela’s Oil Ministry and PDVSA did not immediately respond to a request for comment PDVSA UNDER PRESSURE PDVSA the financial engine of Maduro’s government is already struggling due to low global oil prices mismanagement allegations of corruption and a brain drain Washington last month sanctioned PDVSA’s finance vice president Simon Zerpa complicating some of the company’s operations as Americans are now banned from doing business with him Trump has so far spared Venezuela from broader sanctions against its vital oil industry but officials have said such actions are under consideration The Republican president has also warned of a “military option” for Venezuela although White House national security adviser HR McMaster said on Friday that no such actions are anticipated in the “near future” Venezuela has for months struggled to find financing because of PDVSA’s cash flow problems and corruption scandals have led institutions to tread cautiously regardless of sanctions Russia and its state oil company Rosneft have emerged as an increasingly important source of financing for PDVSA according to a Reuters report On at least two occasions the Venezuelan government has used Russian cash to avoid imminent defaults on payments to bondholders a high-level PDVSA official told Reuters “At this point our view is that the country can scrape by without defaulting this year largely with the help of Chinese and Russian backing and by further squeezing imports Next year is a tossup” said Raul Gallegos an analyst with the consultancy Control Risks However China has grown reticent to extend further loans because of payment delays and corruption Russia has been negotiating financing in exchange for oil assets in Venezuela sources have told Reuters but going forward it would be difficult for the OPEC member to provide enough assets to keep up loans destined for bond payments Venezuela’s government has around $2 billion in available cash to make $13 billion in bond payments by the end of the year and to cover the import of food and medicine according to documents reviewed by Reuters For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News The elections commission rejected a demand for a full recount from former President Donald Ramotar,Sector-26 Police Station. “We will also construct houses for them under Gharkul or Indira Awas Yojana, and Lalsu and Kranti. 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