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DolarToday Venezuela: How much is the dollar priced at? Today, Friday, January 14, 2022

Lima, January 14, 2022Updated on 01/14/2022 12:00 am

The dollar in Venezuela was trading lower this Friday, according to DolarToday, amid the announcement by the United States that it would review its sanctions against the oil country if the dialogue advances.

At the opening, the dollar stood at 4.80 digital bolivars in the informal market in Venezuela, a decline of 0.41% compared to 4.82 the previous day, according to data from the portal DolarToday.

The United States said Thursday that it could review its policy of pressure and sanctions against Venezuela if President Nicolás Maduro and the political opposition resume the talks that broke off abruptly in October and move forward with tangible results.

The solution to the situation in Venezuela is not in Washington“Said Juan González, director of the National Security Council for the Western Hemisphere, in a telephone interview with the Associated Press. “We have made it very clear that the United States is willing to ease the pressure of sanctions based on results at the dialogue table.”.

González’s statements take place a few days after three months have elapsed since the government of Caracas decided to interrupt the dialogue with the opposition that was held in Mexico City in retaliation for the extradition of Colombian businessman Alex Saab, one of his allies and considered by Washington as a key witness in corruption cases against Venezuela that are aired in Miami and other cities in the country.

Saab, who was extradited from Cape Verde to the United States, was appointed by Caracas as a diplomat in those negotiations. The Venezuelan government is believed to have conducted multiple allegedly corrupt deals with him. His extradition further strained relations between the two countries, and in response to it, Caracas returned to prison six US oil executives who were under house arrest.

Gonzalez’s statements also come days after the triumph of the opposition for the governorship in the home state of the late former president Hugo Chávez, Barinas. Sergio Garrido defeated former Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza there, in whose campaign senior officials of the ruling party participated in an attempt to retain control in that Chavista stronghold.

With AP information


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