Venezuelan Economy and Finance Minister Simon Zerpa (R), Venezuelan vice-president for economic area Wilmar Castro Soteldo (C) and Venezuelan ambassador to Russia Carlos Rafael Faria Tortosa (L) attend a briefing on signing a deal between Venezuela and Russia to restructure the Latin American country’s debt. Photo: EPA-EFE Venezuelan Economy and Finance Minister Simon Zerpa (R), Venezuelan vice-president for economic area Wilmar Castro Soteldo (C) and Venezuelan ambassador to Russia Carlos Rafael Faria Tortosa (L) attend a briefing on signing a deal between Venezuela and Russia to restructure the Latin American country’s debt. Photo: EPA-EFE
Venezuelan Economy and Finance Minister Simon Zerpa (R), Venezuelan vice-president for economic area Wilmar Castro Soteldo (C) and Venezuelan ambassador to Russia Carlos Rafael Faria Tortosa (L) attend a briefing on signing a deal between Venezuela and Russia to restructure the Latin American country’s debt. Photo: EPA-EFE

Venezuela gets support from Russia and China while pledging to pay billions of dollars in debts

Topic |   Venezuelan crisis
Venezuelan Economy and Finance Minister Simon Zerpa (R), Venezuelan vice-president for economic area Wilmar Castro Soteldo (C) and Venezuelan ambassador to Russia Carlos Rafael Faria Tortosa (L) attend a briefing on signing a deal between Venezuela and Russia to restructure the Latin American country’s debt. Photo: EPA-EFE Venezuelan Economy and Finance Minister Simon Zerpa (R), Venezuelan vice-president for economic area Wilmar Castro Soteldo (C) and Venezuelan ambassador to Russia Carlos Rafael Faria Tortosa (L) attend a briefing on signing a deal between Venezuela and Russia to restructure the Latin American country’s debt. Photo: EPA-EFE
Venezuelan Economy and Finance Minister Simon Zerpa (R), Venezuelan vice-president for economic area Wilmar Castro Soteldo (C) and Venezuelan ambassador to Russia Carlos Rafael Faria Tortosa (L) attend a briefing on signing a deal between Venezuela and Russia to restructure the Latin American country’s debt. Photo: EPA-EFE
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