President Nicolás Maduro orders the opening of border crossings with Colombia
The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, ordered the reopening of the border crossings with Colombia in the Táchira state.
The measure will be taken from Saturday, June 8, reported the national president in his Twitter account @NicolasMaduro, in which he adds that Venezuela is a people of peace that firmly defends its independence and self-determination.
It is worth noting that the President ordered the partial closure of the country’s border with the neighboring nation through the passages of San Antonio del Táchira and Ureña due to the attempts of interference favored by the United States, the Colombian government and the Venezuelan opposition to generate a false flag that supports a foreign military intervention.
En ejercicio pleno de nuestra soberanía, he ordenado la apertura de los pasos fronterizos con Colombia en el Estado Táchira, a partir de este sábado #8Jun. Somos un pueblo de paz que defiende firmemente nuestra independencia y autodeterminación.
— Nicolás Maduro (@NicolasMaduro) June 7, 2019