The deputy to the National Assembly (AN), Omar González Moreno said that the Minister of Defense of the Venezuelan dictatorship is one of the instigators behind the guerrilla presence in the country.
This was pointed out after the reports of activities of the Colombian National Liberation Army (ELN) in national territory and the possible participation of Nicolás Maduro in the return to arms of a faction of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc).
“Sir, you well know that the only people who cross the border like Pedro through his house are the guerrilla criminals, the same terrorists who not only scourge the populations of Colombia, but under the protection of the usurper’s regime, attack the Venezuelans they find in their path”, said the parliamentarian in response to the statements of the minister who sought to accuse the Government of Colombia of trying to enter Venezuelan territory.
The assemblyman indicated that the permissive attitude of the National Armed Forces of Venezuela in relation to the ELN and the Farc is an example of the immoral and anti-patriotic character of those officers who have become Maduro’s praetorian guard.
Omar González Moreno announced that he will present before the Plenary of the Legislative Power a petition to raise, as a collegiate body, to the United Nations Organization (UN) an exhaustive investigation into the links of Nicolás Maduro with the different guerrilla groups that operate in Colombia.
“While Padrino López desperately seeks to divert attention by launching attacks against the Casa de Nariño in Colombia, and dusts off the old accusations of international conspiracies, we cannot fall into that game rather we have to continue in our political agenda of cessation of the usurpation and this includes denouncing before the world the bonds of Maduro and his regime with terrorist groups such as Hezbollah, the ELN and the Farc”, he added.
An old popular saying says “tell me who you are with and I will tell you who you are”, and for the anzoatiguense legislator this expression describes very well the complicity relationship of some factors of the Venezuelan army with the Colombian guerrillas.
Omar González took the opportunity to send a message to Venezuelan officials telling them that “maintaining a relationship with criminals makes them criminals.”