President Nicolás Maduro finally admitted that his government and state-run oil company PDVSA can't afford to make debt payments, but restructuring the debt will be an uphill battle.
The funds will be provided via the infrastructure fund for the countries of Mesoamerica and the Caribbean, also known as Yucatán fund.
Former VP Amado Boudou was detained and charged with criminal conspiracy and money laundering.
High interest rates boosted the Mexican bank's earnings, although the rally lost some steam in the third quarter as the economy shrank.
A reduction in provisions and administrative expenses compensated for the contraction in the Brazilian bank's new loans.
Though still on course for a record year in dollar terms, remittances to Mexico slipped in September, falling sharply in real terms due to inflation and a stronger peso.
Annual inflation is within the central bank's target range.