Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

IS THE REGIME IN VENEZUELA TURNING OVER ITS GOLD RESERVES TO RUSSIA ?


Nordwind Airlines B777 in Venezuela
  This story sounds more like it comes from actions taken by Nazi Germany 1945, as the Russian Army closed in on Berlin, but it is 2019, and the location is Caracas, Venezuela.

Venezuela is buzzing with reports that a former minister has disclosed the B777 aircraft, owned by a Russian charter airline, now sitting in a private area at the country's international airport, arrived without any passengers, with a mission to receive $840m in gold, to be transferred to Russia, to pay Venezuela's massive outstanding debt to that nation.

We are unable to verify this information, but the gold described represents major portion of Venezuela's foreign reserves. If true, the next democratic government in Venezuela will inherit a pile of foreign debt, and greatly reduced reserves to rebuild their country.

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