President Nayib Bukele reacted to criticism of Bitcoin (BTC) and challenged media outlets, while El Salvador paid back the $800 million bond that expired.
El Salvador’s Finance Minister Alejandro Zelaya announced on social media on January 24 that El Salvador’s due date 800 million dollars for 2023 He stated that he had paid back the amount of his bond. While condemning the FUD news in the national and international media, Zelaya stated that the country fulfilled its debt obligations on time.
Upon these statements of the Minister of Finance, President Nayib Bukele’s official social media account over In the post he shared, there were many negative aspects that the country would default by not being able to pay its debts after accepting Bitcoin as its legal currency. reacted to the news and made false news He slammed the media organizations in the face that they were wrong.
The president has been saying for months that there will be default on the country and himself. hundreds of articles and writing This situation of all media outlets, even though they paid off some of the debts today. that you ignore told. Bukele, media organizations constantly that they lied And when their lies come out they fell silent stated.
In the past years, the New York Times and many media and financial institutions have claimed that we will not be able to pay our debts and that we will default. We said otherwise when the NY Times was reporting full-page news about our bankruptcy, but with them and their “genius economists” who would believe us? As of today, we have paid off our $800 million debt with interest, and unlike hundreds of news reports that we would default, I could only find one news that we paid our debts. They lie incessantly, and when their lies are exposed, they turn away and ignore it.
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao (CZ) to the sharing of El Salvador President Nayib Bukele gave support.
On the other hand, according to the information given, after El Salvador repaid its bond that expires in 2023, 2025 due in 414 million dollar debt.