Colombia asks Venezuelan military to sell information on the country's anti-aircraft system

The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela has records of telephone calls from Colombia in which they invite Venezuelan military to sell information about the country’s satellites and anti-aircraft system.
This was denounced by the first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, during a press conference held from the Alba Caracas Hotel.
“We have records of calls, text messages from Colombia (addressed) to Venezuelan military, inviting them to sell information on the Venezuelan satellites and the anti-aircraft system”, said Cabello.
The leader of the red party stressed that one of the aspects of the warmongering action is the attack against Venezuela by ensuring that the Venezuelan defense system is not working.
He also said that the Venezuelan government has in its possession reports from the neighboring country, requesting parts of the Sukhoi aircraft.
Last Friday, President Nicolás Maduro, denounced that Colombian President Iván Duque and the Southern Command of the United States promote violent actions on the Colombian-Venezuelan border, seeking to generate a social outbreak in Venezuela.