Concern Mounts Over Narco-Terrorist Alliance Among Iran, Hezbollah and Venezuela

The Atlantic Council report argues that Hezbollah "has helped turn Venezuela into a hub of transnational organized crime and international terrorism."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The presence of Iran in Latin America is no longer a threat, it is a reality. This year the alliance between the Teheran regime and the Nicolas Maduro government in Venezuela grew considerably, particularly with the shipment of Iranian fuel to the Caribbean country, which is experiencing a severe energy crisis. Another key player in Venezuela's alleged narco-terrorist structure is Hezbollah, the Lebanese extremist group sponsored by the Islamic Republic of Iran.

On Wednesday, the Atlantic Council, a non-partisan think tank located in Washington, D.C. published a report entitled "The Maduro-Hezbollah . . .

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