The presidential commissioner for Foreign Relations, Julio Borges, affirmed that the attacks committed against Venezuelan institutions by the FARC dissidents are a consequence of the power and support that Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship gave them.
“These images reflect the consequences of Maduro’s policy of complicity and surrender of sovereignty to foreign armed groups,” Borges said after the terrorist attacks committed by armed groups in Apure.
The head of Venezuelan diplomacy highlighted “we have seen how these criminals assassinate soldiers, harass the civilian population and destroy buildings of institutions of the Venezuelan State.”
“They are surprising images, never before seen in our country, and they are irrefutable proof that Maduro has turned Venezuela into a failed state,” he added.
To conclude, Borges affirmed that Maduro’s regime and its alliances with criminals “are the greatest threat to Venezuelans, our Bolivarian National Armed Forces and the region.”