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A total of 93 people have been forbidden from entering the Inca country upon request of the Foreign Affairs Ministry, sources confirmed to Andina news agency.
The list is led by Nicolas Maduro, followed by State ministers, governors, high-ranking officials, judges, and business people linked to his administration, as well as their relatives.
"We will deliver this information to institutions capable of controlling bank transfers from this group linked to key members. We want to put direct pressure on Maduro's regime," the cabinet member told RPP TV and radio station.
In the last two years, the Inca nation has welcomed some 650,000 Venezuelan citizens given the neighboring country's political and humanitarian crisis.