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U.S. Venezuela envoy Abrams arrives for a news conference at US Embassy in MadridU.S. Venezuela envoy Elliott Abrams arrives for a news conference at U.S. Embassy in Madrid, Spain, April 11, 2019. REUTERS/Sergio Perez

By Isla Binnie

MADRID (Reuters) – The United States will make a decision about Spanish oil company Repsol’s activity in Venezuela in coming days, U.S. Venezuela envoy Elliott Abrams said on Thursday.

Since the United States imposed fresh sanctions on Venezuela and its state-run oil firm PDVSA in January, the country’s main oil and oil products suppliers have been Repsol, Russian state oil major Rosneft, India’s Reliance Industries and trading houses Vitol and Trafigura, according to sources and vessel-tracking data..

Repsol has said it fully complies with all legislation and sanctions regarding

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