The continuing blackout has almost the entire country without electricity, including the capital Caracas.
The exact cause of the failure Power outage remains unclear, but as with previous power outages, officials are pointing their finger at enemy attackers.
The statement added that the authorities were working to restore power as soon as possible, while at the same time taking into account access to drinking water, transport systems and health center needs
Power cuts have been commonplace throughout Venezuela since the economic crisis worsened, but one of them is rare.
The blackouts in March have stopped local transport in Caracas companies and gas stations as well as breakdowns in hospitals For days no access to water and had to travel long distances to water on rivers or B collecting surfaces.
Some rural areas in Venezuela never recovered completely from the power outages in March, and the current was interrupted for hours or days at a time.
The failures exacerbated a broader political crisis that has gripped the country for years. Venezuela has been paralyzed by inflation and food shortages and tens of thousands have left the country in mass exodus. Venezuela was darkened this month by the third major blackout. Venezuela was darkened this month by the third major blackout Caracas left the country in the dark and witnessed duel protests by followers of Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaido, who have recognized more than 50 countries, including the United States, as Venezuela's interim president.
Then as now Maduro blamed enemy attacks for the blackout and accused the United States of sabotaging power plants and the power grid.