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Venezuelan NGO accused of being spokesperson for Colombian irregulars

Venezuelan NGO accused of being spokesperson for Colombian irregulars

Caracas, May 18 (Prensa Latina) Venezuela's Corriente Revolucionaria Bolivar y Zamora (CRBZ) movement on Tuesday accused the non-governmental organization Fundaredes of being the spokesperson for the Colombian irregulars who are confronting the Bolivarian National Armed Force (FANB) in Apure.
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An analysis made by this communications group says that the organization, which describes itself as a human rights defender, pursues that Venezuela be militarily intervened by a foreign power and that it works in coordination with the paramilitaries that have taken actions in this border state since last March.

Corriente Revolucionaria pointed out that the conflict in Apure is not being carried out by a Colombian guerrilla as the media try to show, but by a ‘narco-mercenary group’ that split from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) to engage in drug trafficking.

The study noted that this conflict is accompanied from the beginning by a communicational component, and pointed to the non-governmental organization, which monitors what happens along the Venezuelan borders.

According to the CRBZ, the foundation serves as a spokesperson for the Colombian irregulars who ‘mask themselves behind this façade from where they spread the messages of this criminal organization from the neighboring country’.

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