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Venezuela accuses Colombia of “collusion” with the border mafias to jeopardize their public health

June 22, 2020

Venezuelan Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino López this weekend accused the Colombian authorities of “colluding” with “the mafias who accuse and introduce Venezuelan migrants” so that their entry “can threaten public health.” The country does not have these shifts with the necessary ones Security measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

“The mafias that accuse and introduce Venezuelan migrants when they return home are favored by Colombian authorities who are not working to prevent contagion in this country and accept the threat to Venezuela’s public health,” Padrino López denounced.

The Minister of Defense has pointed out that Casa Nariño “in consultation with paramilitary groups” “exploits the fear and desire to return Venezuelans” who suffer “neglect, xenophobia and ill-treatment” in Colombia.

Venezuela accuses Colombia of “collusion” with the border mafias to jeopardize their public health
Venezuela accuses Colombia of “collusion” with the border mafias to jeopardize their public health

On the other hand, Padrino López has announced that the Bolivarian National Army (FANB) will set up a new system of barriers that will radicalize “the restrictive measures of free transit in the main streets, streets and concentration centers of people” of up to ten people can become states to avoid new infections of the new corona virus.