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Maduro's statement came during a joint press conference with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, who is visiting Caracas.

The Turkish leader also condemned the economic sanctions that Maduro faces since 2017.

Turkey is the largest importer of Venezuelan non-monetary gold.

Maduro said the two countries will build on the economic and diplomatic foundations.

"Political problems can not be resolved by punishing an entire nation", said the Turkish head of state.

Hit by low oil prices, mismanagement, hyperinflation and the impact of United States sanctions, Venezuela's economy has plummeted.

According to data released by Coin Dance, transactions in BTC in the country reached 1,284 BTC ($5.1 million). One of the reasons for the attack was "Venezuela's strong support for Palestine".

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Caracas has made an effort to reduce dependence on US-led or -controlled financial institutions and instruments, including the dollar, and committed in September to trading in euros, yuan and "other convertible currencies" amid USA restrictions.

Russian Federation and Venezuela enjoy a long history of ties and Maduro's predecessor Hugo Chavez, known for his passionate tirades against the United States, was a welcome guest at the Kremlin.

As a result of inefficient economic policies and failed experiments, that Venezuelan consumers in the end pay a high price, which includes the compulsory government-approved cryptocurrency Petro.

Maduro responded by saying that his government has overcome the challenges it faced.

"We also signed a contract to guarantee all the wheat - 600,000 tonnes of wheat for the bread of the Venezuelan people", said an ebullient Maduro in the message. Washington imposed tariffs on Turkish imports earlier this year, prompting retaliatory measures from Ankara.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Monday criticized sanctions on Venezuela during a visit to Caracas, while President Nicolas Maduro defended the country's right to export gold after US sanctions last month targeted its shipments of the metal.

Maduro also wrote on his official Twitter page that he was headed to an "important work meeting" with Putin.

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