The opposition deputy Juan Guaidó thanked the support expressed by the president of Colombia, Iván Duque, regarding his arrival to Colombia illegally this Sunday, January 19.
Generaremos las condiciones que nos conducirán a la Libertad. Y les aseguro que la vuelta a nuestro país estará llena de buenas noticias.
¡Vamos Venezuela! https://t.co/dqvKldnoQm
— Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) January 19, 2020
“Already in Colombia, grateful to President Iván Duque for his support in the struggle of the Venezuelan people. We will generate the conditions that will lead us to freedom. And I assure you that the return to our country will be full of good news,” Guaidó wrote on his Twitter account.
Minutes earlier, the current tenant of the Casa de Nariño welcomed the opposition parliamentarian, who, in defiance of Venezuelan laws prohibiting him from leaving the country, payed a visit to the city of Bogotá where he will allegedly meet with the US official Mike Pompeo in the framework of the “Anti-Terrorism” meeting.
Later in the afternoon Ivan Duque posted a photo on his twitter account of a meeting he held with the Venezuelan fake president.
#Bogotá Muy productiva reunión de trabajo con el Presidente de Venezuela @jguaido. Compartimos avances en atención a migrantes radicados en Colombia, y resaltamos la importancia de restablecer la democracia en el vecino país. pic.twitter.com/GTxCiu8sSM
— Iván Duque (@IvanDuque) January 20, 2020
Very “productive” working meeting with the “Venezuelan president”. We talked about Venezuelan migrants in Colombia…,” the right wing Duque posted.
Translated and edited by JRE/EF