Venezuela slammed President Trump's recently revised travel restrictions on Monday, calling them an act of "political and psychological terrorism" after the administration placed new rules on travelers coming to the U.S. from the South American country, as well as seven other nations.
"These types of lists, it is worth underlining, are incompatible with international law and constitute in themselves a form of psychological and political terrorism," Venezuela's foreign ministry said, according to a translation from CNN.
Venezuelans who hold current, valid visas may also face extra scrutiny in vetting procedures under the new order.
Changes to the list can be made on a rolling basis with updates every 100 days. The changes can go both ways — countries can be taken off the list, but they can also be put on the list if they are not seen as complying with the standard.