Colombia’s Duque asks U.S. to declare Venezuela a country that promotes terrorism

U.S. Ambassador Philip Goldberg assured that Colombia and the United States share values and democracy, which is why "we are working against terrorism".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Colombian President Iván Duque asked the United States on Monday (26) to declare Venezuela a country that promotes terrorism because, he said, it protects ELN guerrillas and FARC dissidents who perpetrated attacks against a military brigade post and his official helicopter.

"It is clear that this approval on the part of Venezuela also deserves to be labeled by the United States as a country that promotes terrorism," Duque said at the III. International Seminar on the Analysis and Prevention of Urban Terrorism, held in Bogotá and attended by U.S. Ambassador to Colombia Philip Goldberg . . .

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