Caracas, Sep 29 (EFE) .- Venezuela's oil minister, Eulogio del Pino, said today that the gas supply is guaranteed, after it was reported in previous days some glitches and glitches of vehicles at service stations in Caracas and other states of the country. p>
In a press release, Del Pino said: "We are guaranteeing the gas supply to the entire country, even in the worst scenarios that may arise as a result of the aggressions of the United States. "He also noted that PDVSA has" chartered boats " which should be canceled in foreign currency "and because of the blockade" of the United States "payments are delayed." p>
At the beginning of the month, the Venezuelan opposition warned about gasoline shortages in the east of the country and called on the competent authorities to address "this grave situation." p>
Last Friday, local media and people consulted by Efe assured that the supply of gasoline in the country was presenting faults in Caracas and the interior of the country. p>
However, the Minister of Petroleum has said today that " that the number of closed service stations is the minimum, and this is due to operational reasons. " p>
Last March fuel supply failures were reported in four states Venezuelan power stations and at that time PDVSA reported that the failures were due to the "delay in the cabotage of the gasoline".