WASHINGTON, May 18 (Reuters) - Venezuela is unlikely to cut off oil supplies to the United States, despite deteriorating relations between both countries, the White House's designated envoy to Caracas said at a congressional hearing on Tuesday. "It is a serious issue," William Brownfield told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. "Serious as in do I believe that either end in this relationship is prepared to pull the plug? No." Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has sharply criticized ...
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