Although Maduro is included in the list of officials against whom sanctions are planned, there is no decision.
A number of European countries have begun to consider sanctions against the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and some other officials of the Venezuelan government, reported the Associated Press.
According to the Agency, which refers to the five different sources in the debate on the introduction of financial restrictions and travel restrictions are taking part in the UK, France, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands.
According to sources, although Maduro is included in the list of officials against whom sanctions are planned, there is no decision. The group of these countries need to overcome internal differences before going out with a formal proposal to the Executive power of the EU.
Meanwhile, the negotiators agreed that sanctions should be imposed against the military and the judiciary, which played an important role in the arrest of the allies of opposition leader Juan Guido.
Thus the representative the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Spain stated that they did not wish their decision had a negative impact on the mediation efforts of Norway, between representatives of the Maduro and Guido.