MOSCOW (AP) — The Russian Finance Ministry says it has signed a deal to restructure Venezuela’s debt.
The ministry stated Wednesday’s deal signed in Moscow envisages that Venezuela can pay its $three.15 billion debt to Russia over 10 years. It famous that funds might be “minimal” in the course of the first six years.
The ministry added that the debt restructuring settlement will permit Venezuela to allocate extra funds for financial improvement.
The deal was signed a day after Venezuela hosted overseas buyers to debate methods for reorganizing its debt.
Venezuela used its oil wealth to spend closely on social packages beneath the late President Hugo Chavez. The drop in world oil costs has ravaged its financial system, resulting in widespread shortages amid triple-digit inflation.
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