Lima, January 12, 2021Updated on 01/12/2021 08:11 am
He dollar price in Venezuela it rose this Tuesday, after the Chavista regime accused the United States of trying to create “provocations, threats and aggressions” with the joint military exercises that it has been carrying out since Saturday with Guyana in an area near an area in dispute between the two Caribbean countries.
At the opening, the price of the dollar was quoted at 1’621,012.12 sovereign bolivars in the informal market of Venezuela, a level higher by 10.8% compared to 1’446,012.11 units at the close of the day on Friday, according to data from the portal DolarToday.
In a statement to the media, Delcy Rodríguez, considered executive vice president, described these exercises as “an agonizing action in the last hours of the Donald Trump government, which aims to create provocations, threats and attacks against the Venezuelan people”.
Likewise, he assured that these exercises are directed against Venezuelan sovereignty and “territorial integrity.”
As stated, “there is a presence of a United States coast guard vessel “, so they are” very attentive to the development of military exercises that are not carried out in jurisdictional waters of Venezuela”.
The head of the US Navy Southern Command, Admiral Craig Faller, plans to visit Guyana this Monday, where he will remain until next Wednesday, in the context of joint surveillance maneuvers that are designed, among other matters, to intercept drug trafficking nearby from the border with Venezuela.
With information from EFE
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