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After his speech at the UN, Iván Duque announced that he has a report of 182 pages showing the corruption and participation of Colombian armed groups in Venezuela, which was delivered directly to the UN Secretary General.
This Thursday, through his twitter account, the Colombian president published a photo delivering the dossier to Antonio Guterres, secretary of the UN.
Duque called Nicolás Maduro corrupt and narcogovernment, in his speech, who is the only one to blame for Venezuelans fleeing a humanitarian crisis caused by their usurpation government. He reiterated all his support for the interim president Juan Guaidó and applauds the support of the 57 alloy countries to fight for Venezuela’s democracy.
✔ @ IVANDUQUE
VERY PRODUCTIVE MEETING WE HAD TODAY WITH @ANTONIOGUTERRES, SECRETARY GENERAL OF THE UNITED NATIONS @UN. WE DIAL, BETWEEN OTHERS, OF OUR POLICY #PAZCONLEGALITY AND SUPPORT FOR VENEZUELAN MIGRANTS. WE DELIVER A DOSSIER THAT DEMONSTRATES DAMAGE FROM MADURO TO ILLEGAL GROUPS.