Sat. Dec 14th, 2019

Duke will denounce to the UN that Maduro Government gives "protection" to terrorists

The Colombian president, Iván Duque, said Tuesday that he will denounce at the UN General Assembly, next September, that the Government of Nicolás Maduro gives "sponsorship, sponsorship and protection to terrorist groups" as the guerrilla of the National Liberation Army ( THE N).

“I will refer to this in the United Nations General Assembly because that is a flagrant violation of Resolution 1373 of the United Nations Security Council. There (in Venezuela) they are sponsoring, sponsoring and protecting terrorist groups to affect other states, ”Duque said in an interview with the FM station.

The resolution referred to by the president was approved by the United Nations Security Council on November 12, 2001 and it was declared that acts of international terrorism constitute one of the most serious threats to the peace and security of the world .

The president said that in Venezuela there is connivance of the Maduro Government and armed groups that affect Colombia, since he reiterated that the ruler of the oil country is protecting some ELN leaders and the former guerrilla leader "Jesus Santrich".

"What I have said is that 'Santrich' is in Venezuela protected by the dictatorship of Nicolás Maduro. And the serious thing is not only that it protects 'Santrich', the serious thing is the collusion that the dictatorship has in Venezuela with all the groups organized armed who want to attack the Colombian people, as is the case of the ELN, "insisted the head of state.

Seuxis Paucias Hernández Solarte, aka "Jesús Santrich", is missing after he left his security scheme on June 29, when he was visiting the Territorial Training and Reincorporation Space (ETCR) of Tierra Grata, in the department del Cesar (north), where the ex-guerrillas complete their reintegration into society.

Before that, "Santrich" was imprisoned for 416 days for a drug trafficking process in which the United States Justice accuses him of conspiring to send 10 tons of cocaine to that country after the peace was signed.

"I have the immense concern that in Venezuelan territory, under the auspices of the dictatorship, there will be protected criminals to avoid Colombian Justice and that they have people dedicated to committing misdeeds in that country and then repeat them in Colombia," Duque added. .

On July 28, Maduro said that "Santrich" and the former head of the FARC peace negotiating team with the Colombian government, "Iván Márquez", are "welcome" in his country.

Maduro said that "Santrich" and "Márquez" are "welcome" to Venezuela "when they want to come", while pointing out that he was waiting for them to take part in the XXV Sao Paulo Forum held in Caracas last month.

The Colombian authorities lost the trail of Luciano Marín Arango, aka "Iván Márquez", after he moved to an ETCR in the department of Caquetá (south) in the middle of last year and did not assume a seat as senator of the FARC party alleging foul of security guarantees.

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