The Presidential Commissioner for Foreign Affairs of Venezuela, Julio Borges, pronounced himself on the accusation of the Ministry of Interior of Bolivia on Nicolás Maduro’s regime.
Borges reported that the Interior Minister accused Maduro’s dictatorship with evidence of destabilizing his country and the region.
“This must be the way, countries must identify the origin of the violence and take concrete action against those who promote it,” he said through his Twitter account.
Bolivia’s interim government blamed Nicolás Maduro on Monday, December 2nd, of financing “terror” on Bolivian soil, as well as in Colombia, Chile and Peru through people linked to Diosdado Cabello and his family.
“They are people highly trained to handle weapons and trained in acts of this type. These elements have been verified because there has been a movement that has not been random, but planned, methodical and systematic that has been happening, generating violence and destabilization in several countries in the region,” said Oscar Gutierrez, director of the Special Force to Combat Crime in Santa Cruz.