This Wednesday, March 24, the Bolívar y Zamora Revolutionary Current (CRBZ) denounced the dissident groups of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), which are trying to settle in the south of the Páez municipality of the Apure state, maintain agreements with the Government of Colombia to disturb the peace of Venezuela and consolidate routes for drug trafficking.
In that sense, according to information from La Tabla, the CRBZ denounced the agreements between Iván Duque and this dissident group are maintained through alias “Arturo”, one of the main commanders of the same. At the same time, they assured that the actions of the group, which have about 300 dissidents, focuses on drug trafficking due to the links they maintain with the Sinaloa Cartel.
They also confirmed that the “recent direct attacks on the Sucre Battalion and the Seniat headquarters (subaltern customs in La Victoria), as well as an army checkpoint on the Guasdualito-La Victoria highway. “They are evidence that there was a planned war plan.”
That is why the deputy Orlando Zambrano assured, referring to the confrontation that took place in Apure, “They are not hitting a revolutionary organization but a drug trafficking structure that places mines in the territory.”
For his part, the Minister of People’s Power for Defense, Vladimir Padrino López, emphasized that no armed group “whatever its political ideology, nature or origin” may commit a crime in Venezuela.
So that you understand
“A dissident group of the FARC that did not comply with the Peace Agreement and that alias Gentil Duarte leads” is the one that the Bolivarian National Armed Forces have been fighting in Apure in recent days, according to information that I have been collecting from various actors. This group, which used to belong to the FARC, “now follows in the footsteps of the paramilitaries in their country. It has been linked to drug trafficking, promotes smuggling and already serves the interests of the Colombian oligarchy surrendered to Washington, to attack Venezuela.
From Bogotá: “Since it refused to comply with the Peace Agreement, the group has been growing with individuals from criminal gangs from all over Colombia. I do not doubt that now it receives support from US agencies, because in recent years it has become a kind of franchise “.
2 officers of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces have died when fighting this group, which blew up a command of the National Guard and the Apure customs office with explosives, and later attacked a Corpoelec gang that was going to restore electricity service in the area. .
So far there are 32 members of the irregular detained by the State security forces. Caracas promises zero tolerance with those factors.
Corriente Revolucionaria Bolívar y Zamora (CRBZ) asegura que "disidencia de las FARC" que se infiltra en Apure tiene acuerdos con gobierno de Duque y por eso sus campamentos en Colombia no son atacados. Consolidan rutas de drogas hacia Venezuela en acuerdo con carteles mexicanos. pic.twitter.com/IAde52w41C
— La Tabla (@latablablog) March 24, 2021