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Venezuela asks Peru to ’drone-defendants’

LIMA – Venezuela has the police in Peru are asked to help with the detection of two Venezuelans involved in the attack with drones during a speech by president Nicolás Maduro. The ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru has let us know.

The Venezuelan government maintains the opposition and anti-Maduro activists responsible for the alleged attack on the life of the president by explosives loaded drones. For this, the Venezuelan authorities already have fourteen suspects were arrested.

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“The Peruvian embassy in Caracas has made the request of the ministry of foreign affairs of Venezuela received two Venezuelan citizens to find by the authorities of that country are suspected of involvement in what they are “an attack on the president of Venezuela’.”

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