The delegate commission of the National Assembly of Venezuela approved on Tuesday an accord that rejects the presence and expansion of narcoterrorist groups in the national territory. During his intervention, the president of the Committee on Foreign Policy of the Parliament, Francisco Sucre, stressed the importance of this agreement and assured that the deputies to the legitimate AN will continue working so that Venezuela does not continue being a sanctuary for terrorists sponsored by Nicolás Maduro’s regime.
“What we see at our borders is the application of the Iranian scheme, that is why Iran is one of the favorite partners of this dictatorship that seeks to destabilize the democracies of our region. Given this fact, it is important that we present a strong response in Venezuela”, he said.
Sucre rejected the complicity of the former president, Hugo Chávez Frías, and the current usurper of the Presidency, Nicolás Maduro, with these terrorist cells and denounced that more than 12 states in the country are taken by paramilitary groups, which take advantage of the desperation of the young people fleeing the country to recruit them and increase their ranks.
“The regime has promoted drug trafficking, illegal mining and invasion of our territories in recent years. At the beginning of 2019, a commission of deputies headed towards the border of the Bolivar state and we had to wait for the authorization of an alcabala (check point) of the National Liberation Army (ELN) to be able to continue our way”.
The national leader of Popular Will also condemned the murder of Karina García Sierra, candidate for mayor of the municipality of Suárez de Colombia. He informed that the National Assembly will denounce before the international organizations the regime headed by Nicolás Maduro for promoting regional terrorism.
“Deputy colleagues, let’s understand that this is a serious threat to the viability of democracy in the future. We must build a hemispheric alliance to face this terrible situation. Venezuela will not become a sanctuary of terrorism, we cannot allow it.”