Venezuela’s opposition has appointed its own Directors of the oil state company in the United States

The Parliament of Venezuela who is under the control of the opposition has appointed its own representatives acting Directors of the state oil company PDVSA and Directors in the United States its subsidiary Citgo Petroleum, according to FREE NEWS.

About the new Directors of Citgo said in his Twitter the speaker of Parliament Joan Guaido, which was proclaimed acting President of the country. He named the names of the new Directors: Louise Palacios, Angel Olmeta, Edgar Rincon, Luis Urdaneta, Andres Padilla and Rick Essner.

Earlier, Reuters reported that advisers Guaido encouraged him to appoint six men to the transitional Board of Directors of Citgo, “the most important foreign asset” of Venezuela. Sources told then that the Board of Directors will include four specialized professionals, Venezuelan citizens who live in the United States, as well as two existing top managers of Citgo from the United States. The team of Guaido will charge them a “special job” that top managers were able to provide operational and financial control of the company, said the news Agency Reuters.