Venezuela’s gov, opponents resume talks; US eases sanction


              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, left, jokes with Nicolas Maduro Guerra, son of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, left, signs an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Representatives from the Venezuelan government, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and Venezuelan opposition representatives pose for a photo during the signing of an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, right, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez shake hands after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              From left, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, Mexico's Foreign Minter Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, applaud after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander, left, and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, confer during a signing ceremony for an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, left, jokes with Nicolas Maduro Guerra, son of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, left, signs an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Representatives from the Venezuelan government, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and Venezuelan opposition representatives pose for a photo during the signing of an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, right, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez shake hands after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              From left, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, Mexico's Foreign Minter Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, applaud after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander, left, and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, confer during a signing ceremony for an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, left, jokes with Nicolas Maduro Guerra, son of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, left, signs an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Representatives from the Venezuelan government, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and Venezuelan opposition representatives pose for a photo during the signing of an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, right, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez shake hands after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              From left, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, Mexico's Foreign Minter Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, applaud after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander, left, and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, confer during a signing ceremony for an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, left, jokes with Nicolas Maduro Guerra, son of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, left, signs an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Representatives from the Venezuelan government, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and Venezuelan opposition representatives pose for a photo during the signing of an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, right, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez shake hands after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              From left, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, Mexico's Foreign Minter Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, applaud after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, left, jokes with Nicolas Maduro Guerra, son of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, left, signs an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, right, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez shake hands after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              From left, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, Mexico's Foreign Minter Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, applaud after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, left, jokes with Nicolas Maduro Guerra, son of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, left, signs an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, right, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez shake hands after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              From left, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, Mexico's Foreign Minter Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, applaud after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, left, jokes with Nicolas Maduro Guerra, son of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, left, signs an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Representatives from the Venezuelan government, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and Venezuelan opposition representatives pose for a photo during the signing of an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, right, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez shake hands after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander, left, and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, confer during a signing ceremony for an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, left, jokes with Nicolas Maduro Guerra, son of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, left, signs an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, right, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez shake hands after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              From left, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, Mexico's Foreign Minter Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, applaud after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander, left, and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, confer during a signing ceremony for an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, left, jokes with Nicolas Maduro Guerra, son of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, left, signs an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Representatives from the Venezuelan government, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and Venezuelan opposition representatives pose for a photo during the signing of an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, right, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez shake hands after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, prepares to sign an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              From left, Venezuelan opposition delegate Gerardo Blyde Perez, Mexico's Foreign Minter Marcelo Ebrad, Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, applaud after signing an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Norwegian diplomat Dag Nylander, left, and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, confer during a signing ceremony for an agreement to create a U.N.-managed fund to finance health, food and education programs for the poor during a ceremony at a hotel in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. The agreement signed by representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition marked the resumption of long-stalled negotiations meant to find a common path out of their country's complex crisis. The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Nicolas Maduro Guerra, right, son of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, looks on as Jorge Rodriguez speaks, after they arrived as part of the Venezuelan government delegation to Benito Juárez International Airport in Mexico City, Friday, Nov. 25, 2022. The government of Venezuela and its opposition are set to resume this weekend long-stalled negotiations to address their country's complex crisis. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Jorge Rodriguez, center, from the Venezuelan government delegation, center, speaks to the media as he arrives at Benito Juárez International Airport in Mexico City, Friday, Nov. 25, 2022. The government of Venezuela and its opposition are set to resume this weekend long-stalled negotiations to address their country's complex crisis. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              Jorge Rodriguez, from the Venezuelan government delegation, center, speaks to the media as he arrives at Benito Juárez International Airport in Mexico City, Friday, Nov. 25, 2022. The government of Venezuela and its opposition are set to resume this weekend long-stalled negotiations to address their country's complex crisis. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
            
              FILE - View of the Jose Antonio Anzoategui oil complex in Barcelona, Anzoategui State, Venezuela, July 3, 2022. The Biden administration on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022, eased some oil sanctions on Venezuela in an effort to support newly restarted negotiations between President Nicolás Maduro’s government and its opposition. (AP Photo/Matias Delacroix, File)
            
              FILE - A Chevron sign is displayed outside one of the company's gas stations in Bradenton, Fla., Feb. 22, 2022. The Biden administration is easing some oil sanctions on Venezuela in an effort to support newly restarted negotiations between the Venezuelan government and its opposition. The Treasury Department is allowing Chevron to resume “limited” energy production in Venezuela after years of sanctions that have dramatically curtailed oil and gas profits that have flowed to President Nicolás Maduro’s government. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)
            Camila Fabri, right, wife of Colombian businessman Alex Saab who was extradited to the U.S. last year, looks on as Jorge Rodriguez speaks, as part of the Venezuelan government delegation at Benito Juárez International Airport in Mexico City, Friday, Nov. 25, 2022. The government of Venezuela and its opposition are set to resume this weekend long-stalled negotiations to address their country's complex crisis. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)