The Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) has the dollar price for today Wednesday, January 5, which remains below the parallel market and until now has not reacted to the armed conflict that is registered in the Colombian department of Arauca, on the border with the country.
Dozens of families were displaced this week in Arauca to escape the clashes between the dissidents of the defunct Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the guerrillas of the National Liberation Army (ELN), which left at least 23 deaths, reported Tuesday the Ombudsman’s Office.
Colombian President Iván Duque blames the Nicolás Maduro regime for having, he says, granted refuge to these illegal armed groups in Venezuelan territory. Meanwhile, he announced the dispatch of two Army battalions to the area.
Colombia Y Venezuela They share a common border of more than 2,200 kilometers, although their governments have not had bilateral relations since 2019.
The exchange rate published by the BCV is the weighted average that results from the daily operations of the active exchange desks of the participating banking institutions.
The BCV value date is this Wednesday, January 5, 2022.
One dollar is equivalent to 4.60 bolivars, according to the Central Bank of Venezuela.
The BCV publishes the official price of the dollar, but also of other currencies, such as euros (5.21097025 bolivars), yuan (0.72250906), Turkish lira (0.34059845) and rubles (0.06121116 Bs.).
With information from Sputnik