Colombian authorities have recaptured three Venezuelans fled during translation in Cucuta, capital of Norte de Santander, where they will be handed over to the immigration authorities of the country after being expelled from Colombia, said Wednesday official sources.
Three Venezuelans with 39 & # 14 are part of a group excluded from Columbia outrage staged in humanitarian camps in Bogota, where they were handed over along with another 400 who have fled their country after the crisis.
Director of the Andean regional migration Colombia, Henry Corredor, said in a statement that "foreigners took advantage of the incident" on the road Pamplona population department of Norte de Santander, which borders Venezuela, for the "mass riots, attacks and they accompany the officer to run."
For its part, the director of Immigration Columbia Christian Kruger, said he has instructed that "foreigners who attacked the officer to be held accountable for assaulting a public servant."
Expelled from the & # 39 are part of a group of more than 400 Venezuelans who last week were relocated mayor of Bogota in the camp.
Venezuelans are excluded from Bogota went for sushi in Cucuta, «correct», until they are handed over to the authorities of the neighboring country in the Simon Bolivar international bridge connecting the crap out of San Antonio del-Táchira.
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