Iranian missiles: anti-Venezuelan fiction to distract public opinion from mismanagement of the global pandemic in Colombia by the government of Iván Dique
The United States fears the distance from Venezuela to Washington, which is only 3,000 kilometers long, and after the lifting of sanctions, Washington would be Iranian missiles target.
But the Bolivarian government has already denied this and responded to the wild accusation that Venezuela is guilty of the massacres that occurred in Colombia.
The president of Colombia, Iván Duque, denounced that Venezuela seeks to buy medium and long-range missiles through Iran, while delivering weapons from Russia and Belarus to armed groups such as the FARC dissidents and the guerrillas of the National Liberation Army in the border zone.
Duque doesn’t recognize the government of President Nicolás Maduro, whom he describes as a “dictator,” and like some 50 countries (… I don’t know if they provided updated data on the countries that support Guido, I think not) he considers the opposition leader Juan Guaidó as the legitimate president of the oil nation.
In a virtual conversation, Iván Duque said that “there is information from international intelligence organizations that work with us, which shows that there is an interest of the dictatorship of Nicolás Maduro to acquire medium and long-term missiles through Iran” .
“The information that there is is that they have not yet arrived, but that these approaches have been made, particularly with instruction from (Defense Minister Vladimir) Padrino,” added the president, reiterating that Maduro protects and supports leaders of the ELN and the dissidents of the demobilized FARC guerrilla that departed from the peace agreement signed in 2016.
The Venezuelan government has denied all these lies, since Venezuela has other problems to solve, is what I think, but if it buys them, what is the problem? .
Venezuela is a sovereign country and has the right to defend itself just like other countries do in the event of a military attack, and they buy missiles, tanks, etc., and nobody tells them anything; They even design them, build what is worse and nobody tells them anything.
The Foreign Minister of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, denounced that the President of Colombia, Iván Duque, is promoting a campaign of “infamies and anti-Venezuelan fiction” to distract public opinion from his “catastrophic and unpopular administration.”
According to Arreaza, Duque seeks to hide the fact that his boss, Álvaro Uribe Vélez, is “in prison for being a paramilitary”, while “in Colombia the massacres don’t stop, violence is unleashed and drug trafficking is uncontrollable.”
Caracas and Bogotá have suffered tensions that reached their peak with the breakdown of diplomatic relations, after the Casa de Nariño recognized Guaidó as the “president in charge” of Venezuela and participated in a failed attempt to force the entry of “humanitarian aid. “to Venezuelan territory.