Long Lines for Gas in Cucuta After Border Closing

Colombians living in Cúcuta, Department of Norte de Santander, have had to wait in long queues and wait for hours to fill their vehicles with gasoline due to the lack of supply in the city. This fuel was previously obtained from Venezuela, mostly by smuggling.

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On February 21, the constitutional president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, ordered the closure of the Colombian-Venezuelan border in the face of the imminent threat of an aggression against the country orchestrated by the governments of Colombia and the United States.

 

Source URL: La IguanaTV

Translated by JRE/EF

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