Presidents Maduro and Santos will talk about traffic of Venezuelan paper money in Colombia

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, announced that on Friday, December 9 he will hold a conversation with his Colombian counterpart Juan Manuel Santos, in order to demand punishment for the traffickers of Venezuelan paper money.
“I must speak with President Santos tomorrow in order to demand the Government of Colombia to punish the traffickers of paper money, who in a vulgar manner take it from Venezuela and trade it on the streets, as if they were selling a Coca Cola.”
The Venezuelan President said that Venezuela’s paper money is stolen from Cucuta and Maicao, in Colombia.
His statements were issued from the Mountain Hadquarters, in Caracas, during the ceremony in honor of Commander Hugo Chávez Frías.