You should also draw this local rule question. Since K is in Yemen, O can’t be assigned to Venezuela (third rule). We know N can’t be in, because K is in (first rule). L can never be assigned to Venezuela either.
So the only person left who can be assigned to Venezuela is J. One of L or O will be assigned to Z.
A is CORRECT. J must be ambassador to Venezuela.
B could be true, but O could be assigned to Z instead.
C could be true, but L could be assigned to Z instead.
D cannot be true. J has to be assigned to V, because no one else can go there.
E could be true, but it’s possible for O to be assigned to Z.
Want a free Logic Games lesson?
Get a free sample of the Logic Games Mastery Seminar. Learn tips for going faster at logic games