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Gli Stati Uniti aprono le forniture energetiche dei Caraibi con un’eccezione alle sanzioni per il Venezuela. Cosa significa per la regione? (fonte: Atlantic Council)

The United States announced Tuesday that it would allow Trinidad and Tobago to develop a gas field located in Venezuelan territorial waters. The agreement would boost Caribbean energy supply while creating an exception for some US sanctions on Caracas—though the United States says no cash payments will be allowed to Add Newgo to President Nicolás Maduro’s government as part of Trinidad and Tobago’s deal with Venezuela’s state-run oil company PDVSA. What does this mean for the US stance toward Venezuela, and for energy resources in the Caribbean? Our experts are on the case.

Experts react: The US opens up Caribbean energy supplies with a sanctions exception for Venezuela. What does it mean for the region? – Atlantic Council