The Colombian government claimed to have evidence of the presence of FARC leaders in Venezuela. When asked about it, president-elect Juan Manuel Santos said he have “nothing to say”. He then stated, however, that both countries should “initiate a dialogue” in order to solve the guerrilla-in-Venezuela issue. According to the current Defense Minister, Gabriel Silva, rebels Ivan Márquez and Rodrigo Granda are among the FARC members settled in the neighboring country.
Un trino de Santos indigna a Maduro y él amenaza con revelar los secretos del proceso de paz. Invocar el anti-colombianismo no cambia el hecho de que la crisis venezolana está llegando a un punto de inflexión.