29 ene. 2010

Maduro denied possible violation of Colombian territory

"We categorically deny this information, no Venezuelan aircraft has violated the Colombian borders (...)"
Rnv Web Press

Maduro, desmintió la posible violación de territorio colombiano"Queremos negar categóricamente esta información, ninguna aeronave venezolana ha violado los límites de Colombia (...)"

The Chancellor of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, dismissed this Thursday the public statements of spokesmen of the government of Colombia, led by Álvaro Uribe, who claim that a helicopter with Venezuelan flag crossed the borders of the neogranadine country.

On the "Dando y Dando" (Taking and Giving) program, broadcasted by Venezolana de Television, Maduro said: "We categorically deny this information, no Venezuelan aircraft has violated the borders of Colombia, all our aircraft are absolutely suited to their internal operations within Venezuelan territory. In Colombia has been taken this information to intensify a dirty, brutal, hateful campaign against the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, "said the Venezuelan Chancellor.

Likewise, he denounced the campaign that has been declining in recent days, used to build a media war of hatred against the Venezuelan people.

He called on the Colombian people to be "very alert to this type of event that would constitute what we have reported already: the possibility within the strategy of U.S. dominance of Colombian territory that has been given as a major U.S. military base" .