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The leader of the Venezuelan opposition Juan Guido welcomed the decision of the Bank of England, refused to return to President Nicolas Maduro gold bars worth $ 1.2 billion. He wrote about this in his Twitter account
“To start the process of protecting Venezuelan assets. We will not allow new of abuse and stealing money for food, medicine, and the future of our children,” wrote Guido, having attached to record screenshots of the Bloomberg article.
Earlier on 26 January it was reported that the Bank of England refused to the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in the return of foreign gold assets. On the decision of London influenced Washington’s position, calling the British side to help “to stop the regime of Maduro from his foreign assets.” It was noted that stored in London gold bars are an impressive part belonging to the Venezuela-eight billion dollars in foreign reserves.
January 23, Guido on the background of mass protests urged the elected head of state Nicolas Maduro to resign. Guido, supported by the US, Argentina, Canada, Peru, Colombia and several other countries. Maduro considers that the coup d’etat are American policies. His legitimacy was supported by Russia, Belarus and Turkey.
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