The Biden administration in the United States has announced that it will conditionally allow oil giant Chevron to resume oil production in Venezuela, South America.

In Venezuela, President Maduro's dictatorship continues, but the Biden administration says it is a "measure to promote democracy" and not to respond to soaring international oil prices.

The Biden administration eased some of the sanctions after the Maduro administration, which continues to be a dictator in Venezuela, South America, and the rebels supported by the United States and others resumed dialogue in Mexico on the 26th for the first time in about a year. U.S. oil giant Chevron has announced that it will allow Venezuela to resume oil production.

The permit is valid for six months, and no profits will go to the Maduro government.

The Biden administration announced that it had dispatched a delegation to Venezuela, which had been in a state of severance, to discuss energy issues and other issues in March, as global oil prices continued to soar due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. .

A senior Biden administration official said on Wednesday that the move "can be revoked at any time, depending on the response of the Maduro administration. It is a step towards restoring democracy on both sides," not to deal with oil prices. emphasized.

It is likely that attention will be focused on whether this measure will lead to the return of Venezuela, which boasts one of the world's largest oil reserves, to the international market.