Total and absolute support for the “fight against narcoterrorism”, offered the President (e) of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, to his Colombian counterpart, Iván Duque after the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) announced, through a video, that they will retake their armed struggle.
He also rejected the use of the Venezuelan territory for the recording of the message, which he considers a flagrant violation of sovereignty, so he issued instructions to the newly appointed Presidential Commissioner for Foreign Affairs, Julio Borges, to “meet with Foreign Minister (of Colombia) Holmes Trujillo, to evaluate joint actions of Government.”
“I just talked with the President of Colombia, @IvanDuque. We reiterate our support for the fight he has undertaken against narcoterrorism that affects both nations. We reject the use of Venezuelan territory, under the protection of Maduro, (for the FARC) to spread its messages”, wrote President (e) Juan Guaidó, in his Twitter account.
He said that “all Venezuelans” must reject “this types of threat” in respect to our of sovereignty.
On November 24, 2016, the Peace Agreement was signed between the Colombian Government, presided at that time by Juan Manuel Santos, and the FARC. Three years later, who served as the chief negotiator of the FARC and second man of the guerrilla group, Iván Márquez, announces in a video that “they will continue the guerrilla struggle.” In the video appear Seuxis Paucias Hernández, aka “Jesús Santrich” and Hernán Darío Velázquez, aka “El Paisa”, among other insurgents.