Venezuela removes eight more tonnes of gold from central bank


The Venezuelan regime led by Nicolás Maduro is continuing to remove gold from the central bank, according to local media.

The government allegedly withdrew eight tonnes of gold from the central bank’s vault during the first week of April, the news agency Reuters said. The agency reported the government had already removed eight tonnes in late February.

A member of the government told Reuters that gold reserves have fallen by 30 tonnes in 2019. According to official data, the Central Bank of

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