The deputy of the National Assembly, Marco Aurelio Quiñones, condemned the kidnapping of members of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) at the hands of the terrorist group of the Dissident FARC.
“The dead, wounded soldiers, and these 8 hostages are the consequences of a war that has nothing to do with Venezuela,” Quiñones said through his official Twitter account.
Likewise, the parliamentarian assured that “the dictatorship sends these men and women, members of the FANB, to Apure to defend not the national territory or the Venezuelans who try to survive in border areas, but to protect the businesses and privileges of the Dissident FARC faction associated with Maduro’s regime.”
“20 coins is what the life of the soldiers they send is worth,” added the legislator.
Finally, Quiñones stressed that while the younger soldiers die or are captured, the “generals” of the FANB fulfill that old phrase of “The higher the rank, the further from the sight of a cannon.”