Dolartoday | Dollar Monitor | The price of the dollar today Friday, November 20, 2020 in Venezuela, according to the page of DolarToday closes at 775,023.82 bolivars. The bills Dollar Monitor they also post their exchange rate reports on Instagram and Twitter.
These are figures from parallel dollar, while the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) controls the official values of the exchange rates in the Venezuelan currency.
Dolartoday: price of the dollar in Venezuela
|5 USD||Bs. 3 875 119,10|
|10 USD||Bs. 7 750 238,20|
|20 USD||Bs. 15 500 476,40|
|50 USD||Bs. 38 751 191|
|100 USD||Bs. 77 502 382|
|500 USD||Bs. 387 511 910|
|1000 USD||Bs. 775 023 820|
Dollar monitor: dollar price in Venezuela
The dollar price today Friday, November 20, 2020 according to the Monitor Dollar Web account is Bs. S. 785,335.07.
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Last Thursday, the Colombian president, Iván Duque, affirmed that his Venezuelan counterpart, Nicolás Maduro, is “the equivalent” in Latin America of the disappeared former Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic (1941-2006), who was accused of genocide and war crimes.
“It is the equivalent in Latin America,” the head of state continued, “and it has been so because the evidence shows that he has a continuous attitude of violating all forms of human rights,” the president explained.
According to Duque, the Maduro government “is the most brutal dictatorship” in recent times in Latin America.
In a virtual conversation with the Inter-American Dialogue study center based in Washington, the capital of the United States, the Colombian president indicated: “I have not felt any shyness in saying that Maduro can be compared to Slobodan Milosevic.”
Hours later, the Foreign Minister of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, strongly responded to the statements of the highest authority in Colombia, whom he accused of having “blood-soaked hands” and “of having destroyed the peace process”, which began after the signing of the pact with the defunct Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).