The special commissioner of Security and Intelligence of the Venezuelan Government in charge, Ivan Simonovis, highlighted some of the benefits that the alliance signed between President (e) Juan Guaidó and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) will bring to the region.
“The agreement signed between President Juan Guaidó and the U.S. Government, as the DEA operator, is a historic agreement. This agreement will retake all the investigations of this organism in Venezuela and will identify the criminal enterprises and persons that give oxygen and financial life to Nicolas Maduro’s regime,” said Simonovis in a message spread through his Twitter account.
The representative of the Legitimate Government indicated that for months “we have been implementing a solid structure within the country, police and military, which provides me with truthful information on drug trafficking and its actors and we share it with different agencies in the USA and other countries. Nothing is by chance”.
“Now with the support of the DEA, the possibilities of acting in the area of investigation and operations are growing inside and outside the country. Now there will be many more possibilities of detention for all the people who are linked to the illegal activities of the regime,” he said.
Finally, Simonovis recalled the great rewards offered by the United States government for those who help capture the leaders of the dictatorship.
“It is well known that there are substantial rewards for some of the regime’s leaders, officials who facilitate this type of operation will have the support of the Interim Government”.
“On the other hand, civilians and officials who provide information that leads to the identification of drug trafficking activities or facilitate the capture of some of them will also be rewarded,” he ended.
Hace meses implementamos una sólida estructura dentro del país, policial y militar, que me suministra información veraz sobre narcotráfico y sus actores y la compartimos con diferentes agencias de USA y otros países. Nada es casualidad. pic.twitter.com/7PikcAmssd
— Iván Simonovis (@Simonovis) September 6, 2020