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The US-approved PDVSA aircraft landed in Argentina

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Photo by George Raphael Solano Rodriguez / Aviacioncr.net

An aircraft owned by Petrolios de Venezuela (PDVSA) Allowed Arrived in Buenos Aires, Argentina at 10:13 pm on Tuesday by the US Treasury Department since 2020.

Flight Registration YV2716, Model Bombardier Learjet 45, arrived at Jorge Newbery Metropolitan Airport from Jorge Wilstermann Camacho International Airport, Cochabamba, Bolivia, according to a special Twitter account. IrAirplanesinEzeiza.

The Venezuelan plane was in Nicaragua and the Cayman Islands last Sunday, allowing data on flights made by different airlines, according to data from the FlightAware portal.

The administration of former President Donald Trump in January 2020 allowed this and 14 other planes to carry key officials of Nicolas Maduro’s government and “fly unprotected and unprofessional near US Air Force planes” in the Caribbean.

The U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control prohibits all transactions involving U.S. individuals or property within the United States.

The PDVSA flight to Argentina comes amid news of the visits of former Bolivian presidents Evo Morales and Ecuador Rafael Correa, who are co-participating with President Alberto Fernandez in the book launch of the Spanish strategist. , Alfredo Serrano Manzilla, who was an adviser to Nicolas Maduro.

In early September, Bolivian media They said Morales was traveling to Venezuela on a plane owned by PDVSA.

On that occasion, Bolivian journalist Carlos Valverde said that the former president had left the manufacturer Bombardier’s Learjet 45 with the initials YV1118 approved by the United States.

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