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Venezuela is engulfed in an economic and political crisis and Libya has two rival governments, each backed by an array of militias.
The Venezuelan armed forces are "committed to the constitution" and will defend the presidential elections set for April 22, said Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza.
Tillerson said today in Argentina's capital that the US wants "free, fair, and verifiable elections" in Venezuela, and wants to apply enough pressure to end the crisis in the South American country.
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The political and economic turmoil in Venezuela will top the agenda as Tillerson rallies support for Washington's tough stance against President Nicolas Maduro's regime.
The pro-government national constituent assembly this week called for an election to be held by the end of April but set no date.
France criticised on Friday a decision by Venezuela's top court to exclude the main opposition from a planned presidential election, saying the move undermined the vote.
The EU on Friday condemned Venezuela's expulsion of the Spanish ambassador, expressing solidarity with Madrid.
The polls were scheduled to be held by the end of the year, but analysts had predicted Maduro would seek an early election to seize the advantage over his opponents.
The EU has voiced serious concerns about rights abuses in Venezuela, where protests against Maduro last year turned violent and economic collapse has led to dire shortages of food and medicine.
Seven individuals have been blacklisted according to diplomats, making them subject to asset freezes and travel bans.
At least four people drowned and dozens are reported missing after a boat carrying Venezuelan migrants sank on its way to the Caribbean island of Curacao.
The two-day meeting comes after the government of President Nicolas Maduro threatened to ban key opposition parties from the election.
The move by the Venezuelan Tennis Federation means that the country will be relegated to Americas Group II next year.
Socialist Maduro surprised many last month when he announced the launch of the cryptocurrency, to be backed by Venezuela’s oil, gas, gold and diamond reserves, as a way to circumvent US sanctions.