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US IT company blocks service for Simón Rodríguez University

Verizon, an American computer services company, blocked the support of the National Experimental University Simón Rodríguez (UNESR) and denounced César Trómpiz, the Minister of Popular Power for Higher Education, noting that the measure was due to sanctions and the blockade of the government was decided by Donald Trump against Venezuela.

Rector Enrique Ramos informed the situation and expressed the rejection of the university community against the illegal and arbitrary action of the US government against Venezuela. ,

"The US government's unilateral action involves 120,000 Simón Rodríguez University students before and after graduation, who will be hit hard when they return to class and will be delayed in the enrollment process. Review of grades and degrees, "he said.

He noted that the company has since provided services for decades at the University for Computer Support of the SIACE Control System (Integrated Study Control System), which provides academic control over the notes and connectivity of this study house

Trómpiz emphasized that it was the third action against Education Venezuelan University student following the suspension of the Fundayacucho account (201

6) and the blocking of the Simon Bolivar account this year.

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