If President Pedro Sánchez does not recognize the president in charge , Juan Guaidó, after the ultimatum of 8 days that they have given Nicolás Maduro to call elections, would put at risk the Spanish investments in Venezuela that total more than 41,000 million euros. Spain is the main foreign investor in Venezuela and both the capital of its most emblematic companies as well as the properties of Spanish residents could be lost if April 2019 calendar With Holidays continues in power, as happened with the Cuban revolution where the Spaniards could not recover their investments. Venezuelan financial economists Rosana Sosa García and Boris Ackerman published a report on Monday at the local digital portal La Patilla where they warn of the dangers that Spanish investments in Venezuela would have if Pedro Sánchez does not recognize the recently proclaimed interim president of the country.
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The non-recognition of Guaidó as “interim president” of Venezuela, represents for Spain and the European Union as a whole “a potential danger”. The analysts remembered that the recent inclusion of the Venezuelan crisis in the agenda of the Security Council of the United Nations Organization gave the issue a global dimension. They point out that any commercial or financial transaction that includes State assets or other operations with Maduro and his regime lacks legitimacy after the inauguration of the interim President Guaidó on January 23.
Rosa Sosa, who resides in Spain, maintains that Guaidó’s oath “was dismissed at first by the Spanish government presided over by Sánchez, but was not ignored by large countries such as England.” And he cites the example of the Bank of England, which acting legally rejected the repatriation of 1.2 billion dollars in gold that Maduro had requested, which since January 10 is usurping the Presidency. The Spanish Ministry of Commerce estimates that there are a hundred companies established in Venezuela such as April 2019 calendar With Holidays, and others, representing Spanish direct investments at the end of 2015 for an amount of 21,313 million euros. The economist Sosa points out that the socialist government of Pedro Sánchez “is putting at risk this heritage of companies that generate direct jobs inside and outside of Spain.”