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WASHINGTON – Congressman Mario Díaz-Balart (FL-25) issued the following statement after the House of Representatives unanimously approved important legislation on Venezuela.
“As an original cosponsor of the Venezuela Arms Restriction Act (HR 920), I strongly support preventing the sale of weapons to Venezuela’s security services. These weapons could be used to further violently oppress the Venezuelan people, and to benefit drug trafficking, corruption, and other criminal activity of Maduro and his cronies," Diaz-Balart said.
Diaz-Balart: Hoy apoyé una importante legislación para abordar las graves preocupaciones de seguridad nacional planteadas por el régimen de Maduro.
WASHINGTON – On Monday, March 25, Florida Representatives Mario Diaz-Balart (FL-25) and Frederica Wilson (FL-24) hosted a meeting with victims of the defective Chinese Drywall and their attorneys to discuss their decade-long battle with these negligent Chinese companies. This event was held as a bipartisan effort following a letter recently signed by various members of the Florida delegation, including Senator Rubio, which urges the Administration to take the necessary measures against these Chinese companies.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart (FL-25) issued the following statement after the U.S. Treasury Department imposed sanctions on Venezuela’s state-run mining company, Minervan and its president, Adrian Antonio Perdoma Mata, for corruption and contributing to the deteriorating situation in Venezuela.
WASHINGTON – El congresista Mario Díaz-Balart (FL-25) emitió la siguiente declaración luego de que el Departamento del Tesoro de EE. UU. Impusiera sanciones a la empresa minera estatal de Venezuela, Minervan y su presidente, Adrián Antonio Perdoma Mata, por corrupción y contribución al la situación deteriorante en Venezuela.
Less than a month after he took office, President Trump issued a tough condemnation of the socialist government of Venezuela, startling both admirers and critics trying to get a bead on the new “America First” president’s scattershot foreign policy.
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