Venezuela may join Russian card network

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Venezuela may soon be integrated into Russia’s Mir card system, according to the foreign ministers of the two countries.

Speaking at a joint press conference in Caracas, Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said the two countries were examining ways to avoid sanctions and control of financial architecture.

Lavrov said central banks in the two countries were “looking at various ways of establishing a system for financial payments and transfers between Russia and Venezuela, including the use

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