List of 13 Venezuelans sanctioned in U.S. July 26

The U.S. Treasury imposed sanctions Wednesday on 13 Venezuelans loyal to President Nicolas Maduro.

Their assets in the U.S. were frozen and all U.S. entities were barred from doing business with them.  

Here is the list:

 

Rocco Albisinni Serrano, 35, is the president of Venezuela's National Center for Foreign Commerce (CENCOEX). He is also the former vice minister of the State and Socialist Economy of Venezuela's Ministry of Economy and Finance; and the current or former principal director of Venezuela's National Development Fund (FONDEN). 

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Alejandro Antonio Fleming Cabrera, 43, is the vice minister for Europe of Venezuela's Ministry of Foreign Affairs; the former vice minister for North America of Venezuela's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the former president of Venezuela's National Center for Foreign Commerce (CENCOEX). He is also the former president for Suministros Venezolanos Industriales, C.A. (SUVINCA) of Venezuela's Ministry of Commerce; the former ambassador of Venezuela to Luxembourg and chief ambassador of the Venezuelan Mission to the European Union.

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Horacio Franklin Garcia Durque, 53, is the former National Director of Venezuela's Bolivarian National Police and the former commander of the West Integral Strategic Defense Region of Venezuela's National Armed Forces.

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Elias Jose Jaua Milano, 47, is the head of Venezuela's Presidential Commission for the Constituent Assembly. He was Venezuela's minister of education; Venezuela's sectoral vice president of Social Development and the Revolution of Missions; and the former executive vice president of Venezuela.

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Tibisay Lucena Ramirez, 58, is the president of Venezuela's National Electoral Council and the president of Venezuela's National Board of Elections.

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Carlos Erik Malpica Flores, 44, is the former National Treasurer of Venezuela and the former vice president of Finance for Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA). He is also the former presidential commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs. He is the former president of the National Assembly Cilia Flores' nephew. 

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Carlos Alfredo Perez Ampueda, 50, is the national director of Venezuela's Bolivarian National Police and the former commander of Carabobo Zone for Venezuela's Bolivarian National Guard.

 

Nestor Luis Reverol Torres, 52, is Venezuela's minister of Interior, Justice, and Peace. He is also the former commander general of Venezuela's Bolivarian National Guard; and the former director of Venezuela's Anti-Narcotics Agency.

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Sergio Jose Rivero Marcano, 52, is the commander general of Venezuela's Bolivarian National Guard. He is also the former commander of the East Integral Strategic Defense Region of Venezuela's National Armed Forces.

Tarek William Saab Halabi, 54, is Venezuela's ombudsman and the president of Venezuela's Republican Moral Council. 

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Jesus Rafael Suarez Chourio, 55, is the general commander of Venezuela's Bolivarian Army; and the former commander of Venezuela's Central Integral Strategic Defense Region of Venezuela's National Armed Forces. He is also the former commander of Venezuela's Aragua Integrated Defense Zone of Venezuela's National Armed Forces and the former leader of the Venezuelan President's Protection and Security Unit. 

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Maria Iris Varela Rangel, 50, is a member of Venezuela's Presidential Commission for the Constituent Assembly and Venezuela's former minister of the Penitentiary Service.

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Alejandro Simon Zerpa Delgado, 33, is the vice president of Finance for Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA), the president of Venezuela's Economic and Social Development Bank (BANDES); the president of Venezuela's National Development Fund (FONDEN); the vice minister of investment for Development  of Venezuela's Ministry of Economy and Finance; the principal director of Venezuela's Foreign Trade Bank (BANCOEX); the principal director of Venezuela's National Telephone Company (CANTV); the current or former presidential commissioner to the Joint Chinese Venezuelan Fund; the current or former principal board member of Venezuela's National Electric Corporation (CORPOELEC); and the former executive secretary of Venezuela's National Development Fund (FONDEN). 

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