In this video it is clear that under pressure the Kenyan soldier declares the following before the cameras.
In an effort to undermine the credibility of the Kenyan government, al-Qaeda affiliate al-Shabaab publishes a 14-minute video showing a Kenyan soldier captured 5 years ago during a militant attack on a Kenyan military camp in al. -Adda in southern Somalia.
The prisoner of war condemns Kenya for not taking charge of his release, and urges her to follow in the footsteps of the United States, which left Somalia, “realizing that blood is not worth spilling here.”
More of the same in the case of the Venezuelan soldiers kidnapped by the FARC, where they declare that everything can be fixed with dialogue. What dialogue? Let them do their criminal business in Venezuelan territory? My opinion is that you don’t negotiate with terrorists, they have to release those soldiers without conditions.
The time is coming when the Venezuelan military will unfortunately lose faith in their country, but … not everything in life is negotiable.
Since April 23,2021, after the armed conflict in La Capilla de Apure sector, officials of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces have been captured as “prisoners of war.”
The Venezuelan soldiers kidnapped by the guerrillas are:
- Lieutenant Colonel (E) Jhan Carlos Beomont
- First Lieutenant Jhony Jaguay
- TF. Junior Flores Berroteran
- SM3 José Antonio Ramos Dávila
- Second Sergeant Estebán José Aular
- TF. Luis Jose Cova Barrios
- SM3 Paul Hernandez
- TF. Jose Emilio Torres Perez
The worst thing in the case of Venezuelans’s, the opposition to the government uses this tragic event to attack the government and doesn’t recognize that Venezuela is waging a war imported from Colombia.