The Venezuelan government filed requests to Interpol regarding a number of persons involved in sabotage against the Venezuelan national energy system (SEN), who are living in the USA, Colombia, and Spain, the Vice President for Communication, Culture, and Tourism Jorge Rodríguez said at a press conference on April 23, TeleSUR reports.
“There are requests to Interpol regarding people related to the attack on the electrical system who live in the United States, Colombia, and Spain,” Rodríguez said.
He also made public their names. These are Ramon Oswaldo Garcia living in Spain, Miguel Jose Freita in Colombia, Julio Cesar Acuña and Jesus Rodriguez Landoni in the United States, and Otoniel Ramon Sanchez, who has been detained by the authorities.
On March 7, 2019, an energy collapse took place in Venezuela because of a failure at Guri, the country’s largest hydroelectric power plant. The national energy corporation, Corpoelec, said that the breakdown was a result of a subversive act, and that it was another episode of the energy war against Venezuela.
The Venezuelan government accused the USA, alleging that the sabotage against the national energy supply service was made in order to overthrow the national government.
The Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Aleksandr Fomin confirmed yesterday that the mass shutdown of electric generating units in Venezuela was part of the US’ elaborately planned operation.
According to Fomin, the US will continue putting pressure on Venezuela in order to exacerbate its situation. Operation “Blackout” is currently underway, which is aimed at worsening the situation in the country and worsening the existing problems, the economic ones first of all.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency