President Joe Biden knows about CIA head and Southern Command plans to kill me and assassinate political and military leaders, yes or no? Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro denounced the presence of senior US officials in Colombia and Brazil to refine details of the plan.
The role of Colombia in the already permanent regime change operation against Venezuela is broad and eloquent. Some recent events that occurred in that country may be worthy of attention and analysis, however all this would go through a series of questions that help to clarify what is behind these events and where they are going.
Perhaps the most curious event is the visit of the head of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), William J. Burns, to that country to participate in a “delicate” mission in terms of security, as part of the cooperation between both countries. The visit took place after US President Joe Biden spoke by phone with his Colombian counterpart Iván Duque.
The Colombian ambassador in Washington, Francisco Santos, didn’t want to give more details about Burns’ visit to Bogotá. When asked about the mission, Santos said:
I’d rather not tell you it’s a delicate mission, an important intelligence mission that we managed to coordinate.
He added that the visit of the US official to Colombia was made by a contact, after having already had three meetings with the organization and that in those meetings they have been told where they are going and what is happening, so they consider that their visit is ” very important”.
I remind you that relations between the United States and Colombia on security issues should be the fight against drug trafficking and terrorism and in both cases it is deficient, only in this month of June a car bomb on a military base and an attack on a presidential helicopter they are just two examples of his deficiency in the fight against terrorism and in drug trafficking more of the same.
According to the ONDCP, Colombia continues to increase coca cultivation areas
The area occupied by coca crops in Colombia expanded to 245,000 hectares (605,408 acres) by the end of 2020, and cocaine production capacity increased to 1,010 metric tons per year, the Office of National Drug Control Policy said. (ONDCP) of the United States.
At the end of 2019, Colombia had cultivation of coca, the main ingredient in cocaine, on 212,000 hectares, according to an ONDCP report, indicating a 15.5% increase over last year.
Potential cocaine production increased 7.9% from 936 metric tons at the end of 2019, according to the report.