The Government of Venezuela condemned on Thursday the terrorist act that took place in the city of Bogota, capital of Colombia, after a vehicle exploded in the vicinity of the General Santander Cadet School, leaving a balance of eight dead and dozens injured. Through a communiqué issued by the Foreign Ministry of the Republic, Venezuela expresses its “condolences and solidarity to the Colombian people, in particular to the relatives of the deceased and affected by this terrible act.”
The following is the full text:
The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, expresses his condemnation of the terrorist act that occurred at the General Santander Police Cadet School, south of Bogotá.
The Bolivarian Government of Venezuela expresses its condolences and solidarity to the Colombian people, in particular to the relatives of the deceased and affected by this terrible event.
The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela accompanies in its sentiments the members of the Cadet School of Police General Santander, while waiting for those responsible to be captured and placed at the order of the authorities.
Translated by JRE/AR