The President of the Republic, Juan Guaidó, travelled this Sunday to Colombia to attend the Anti-Terrorism Summit which will begin this Monday, January 20th, in Bogotá.
During his stay in the neighboring country, Guaidó will meet with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who will also attend the summit.
The Venezuelan Presidential Commissioner for Foreign Affairs, Julio Borges, and the Deputy of the National Assembly (NA), Carlos Paparoni, will also participate in the delegation that will attend the event. Both will bring elements on the accusations, links and protection Nicolas Maduro’s regime provides to international terrorism, particularly with Hezbollah and governments that protect terrorism.
In December, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed links between Maduro’s dictatorship and the terrorist group Hezbollah, assuring its presence in Venezuelan territory.
Guaidó’s departure from Venezuela defied the ban by Maduro’s dictatorship which prevented the democratic leader from leaving the country.