Clandestine Airstrips Guajira Colombia being used to ship drugs to Venezuela

Posted on September 30, 2013 • Filed under: Border Issues, Colombia, Drug Activity, Latin America Aviation, Venezuela


DOES YOUR FIRM NEED HIGHLY SOPHISTICATED MEDIA MONITORING SERVICES FOR LATIN AMERICA? – GO HERE reported In the Colombian Guajira are clandestine, tolerated by the Colombian authorities, as used by rebel groups to drug trafficking and weapons to Venezuela, said Sunday the journalist and politician José Vicente Rangel in section The Confidential, in his Sunday José Vicente Today, transmitted by Televen.

He said this was learned as a result of information obtained through Landsat. “It was learned that the Colombian Armed Forces maintains operations in various regions of the country to disable clandestine airstrips used by rebel groups, paramilitaries and drug traffickers,” except for some tracks located in the Colombian Guajira, which are used by rebel groups to “to transport drugs to Venezuela”. Read Article

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