The Special Commissioner for Security and Intelligence of the Venezuelan embassy in the US, Iván Simonovis, informed that there is a blacklist that includes 29 sanctioned people and will be shared with other nations to extend the limitations of Maduro’s dictatorship.
He also said that the government of the president in charge of the Republic, Juan Guaidó, has decided “to establish a more continuous collaboration, with countries not only participants of the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (TIAR), but also those that have been harmed by Maduro by corruption, drug trafficking and the presence of groups that alter the peace ”.
“We are advancing in the identification of the legal ways that will demonstrate the participation of Nicolás Maduro’s regime, as well as its frontmen, in criminal activities”, he said.
He also said that all investigators are aligned and defined in “a great coalition never seen in the Hemisphere. This meeting is an unequivocal sign of the commitment to do what is necessary to achieve justice in Venezuela.”