Bolivia's Morales arrives in Venezuela to visit President Chávez
Bolivian President Evo Morales arrived in Venezuela at 10:30 a.m at International Airport Simón Bolívar. The head of state expressed he was looking forward to visiting Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez
Morales was welcomed by Venezuelan Foreign Vice-Minister Temir Porras at International Airport Simón Bolívar, based on images broadcasted by state-run TV channel VTV.
Sources from the Foreign Ministry questioned by EFE would not provide any details concerning Morales' agenda.
The Bolivian leader announced on Monday that he would visit Chávez in Caracas before traveling to New York this week.
More than USD 3.5 million of Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) money were lost in their way to the Dominican Republic. Some Venezuelans are among the 5,000 victims of the bank's collapse. And not even the entity responsible for overseeing Venezuela's monetary policy was spared.