Duque looks for allies on his European tour to attack Maduro

Iván Duque began his first tour through Europe as president of Colombia on Monday, and although many of his countrymen would expect the work agenda to be centered on issues such as peace, the post-conflict, or drug trafficking, Venezuela became the main objective of his travel through the old continent.

“His only intention seems to be to attack Venezuela,” assured this Friday journalist Isbemar Jiménez, president of the Radio Nacional de Venezuela network, during the “Via Alterna” (Alternate Way) program, which she conducts through the RNV Informative channel’s signal.

The “main lackey of imperialism” as she described the Colombian president, “is looking for allies to consummate a strategy against Nicolás Maduro Moros and the thesis of taking him to the International Criminal Court.”

On his way through Brussels, Belgium, Duque met with the head of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, and the high representative for Foreign Affairs, Federica Mogherini, achieving the public support of these two authorities to his plans against President Maduro and the Bolivarian Revolution.

“Duque has the book of Donald Trump in his hands and is distributing it to the President of the European Parliament and Chancellor Angela Merkel, both have had rude pronouncements against Venezuela, regarding the pressures they have received from Trump”, he said. .

He also assured that the Colombian president is receiving important sums of money to carry out this tour, whose only objective is to internationalize the plans of aggression against Venezuela.

“It is shameful that a president, instead of traveling the world to defend the interests of his nation, is traveling across Europe to try to destabilize the region and promote a foreign intervention in a neighboring country, avoiding the intense and serious problems that the Colombian people are experiencing”, sentenced the journalist.