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Camila Mar 17
Colombian media speaks to Venezuelan military defectors, better known as Traitors of the Homeland. They say they fulfilled their end of the bargain, but have been abandoned by Colombian authorities, UNHCR & Juan Guaidó and must now fend for themselves in Colombia.
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Camila Mar 17
Replying to @camilateleSUR
2/ They received word on Saturday, from Reps of the UNHCR, that they have 4 days find a place to go (a la “you don't have to go here but you can’t stay here”). The UNHCR are expected to give them a mattress, a bedsheet, + 350,000 pesos & a map.
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Camila Mar 17
Replying to @camilateleSUR
3/ Fat chance they’ll be heading back to Venezuela as known Traitors to the Homeland. Venezuelans have had horrible experiences in Colombia & these were the lowest ranked military officers. They’ll have to get by with what amounts to just over USD $110.
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Camila Mar 17
Replying to @camilateleSUR
4/ my device died..there's more.. some number of the traitors/defectors are even worst off than this group that was interviewed..stay tuned
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Camila
5/ It gets better: Other Venezuelan military defectors haven't even been allowed to enter the temporary shelter. Some traitors are pathetically standing outside of the locked gates, and others they say, can be found sleeping in the streets.
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Camila Mar 18
Replying to @camilateleSUR
Carefully worded Colombian Foreign Ministry propaganda comes as response to the traitors claims of abandonment. "Honoring its commitment to solidarity and fraternity, Colombian Government welcomes former members of Venezuelan public force."
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Camila Mar 18
Replying to @camilateleSUR
"Colombia ha enfrentado la más compleja y desafiante crisis migratoria de su historia.." Colombia loves to complain about a 'migratory crisis' at border w/Venezuela, even as the region's heavy migratory flows, have for decades now, been rooted in Colombia's permanent conflict.
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Karol in Red Mar 18
Camila , someone should look into the legality of a UN Agency, UNCHR, using its premises in Colombia to establish a military unit of Venezuelan Army defectors. . is funded with public money from all of us. .
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Carchapit Mar 18
Replying to @camilateleSUR
Thank you Camila for letting us know what is really going on. I hope the situation gets better for everyone.
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🇻🇪Mariangelica🇻🇪 Mar 17
Replying to @camilateleSUR
And why you don’t talk about this? Which is very important to understand the political context in Venezuela! you always support maduro’s dictatorship🆘🇻🇪
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