Shortly before a Meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump Colombia's President Iván Duque Márquez has left open the question of whether he would leave the US military in his country against Venezuela operate. On the question of whether he could imagine a deployment of US military on the border to Venezuela, said Duque on Tuesday evening (local time) in Bogotá, the world must focus their eyes on what is happening in Venezuela. All measures should be taken to end the "genocide through dictatorship in Venezuela".
Duque wants to travel to Washington to discuss with U.S. President Donald Trump the situation in Venezuela. The Colombian President said, for the refugees from Venezuela any help was needed, the American. Venezuela's head of state, Nicolás Maduro prevents relief goods, in particular from the USA, coming into the country.
Before his departure, Colombia's head of state met with Federal President of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier. The German politicians described the humanitarian Situation in Venezuela as dramatically. The situation in the South American country was "absolutely open". It is important to prevent the shedding of blood. He hope it'll be as soon as possible to a presidential election. The Federal President pointed out that the United Nations searched for ways to bring much-needed aid into the country. You should not give the Green table made of advice on which instruments this could happen. The appropriate means are the UN "well known".
Given the highly dangerous situation in Venezuela, you could be glad that neighbouring countries such as Colombia made a lot for the refugees, said Steinmeier. Colombia could not but carry this burden alone. Therefore, it is good that the United Nations would have created a Fund. Steinmeier welcomed the fact that the Treaty of peace with the former rebels ' organization is being implemented to the FARC that the past will be worked up and those who would renounce the violence that is going to allows you to the path back into society.More about
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Steinmeier expressed at the same time, understanding that Colombia react to the attacks of the rebel organisation ELN. You can't go to the recent attack on a police Academy with 22 dead. It is understandable that the peace negotiations, as they had been previously led, and could not go on. He hoped, however, that there are opportunities in this area of the violence to get away. "The way (...) is rocky and difficult." Duque demanded that the perpetrators would be pursued and delivered. (dpa)