(CNN Español) – Colombian Defense Minister Diego Molano reported on Sunday that two spoken images of the alleged attackers of the helicopter that carried the country’s president, Ivan Duque, were produced on Friday in Cúcuta, Norte de Santander.
At a press conference, Molano explained that both people would have fired the AK-47 and 7-62 rifles found at the scene “with markings of the Venezuelan armed forces.”
The authorities of the neighboring country have not yet decided on this information. CNN is trying to contact the Venezuelan Ministry of People’s Force for Communications and Information.
On the other hand, Molano indicated that they had received information about a possible alliance in the area of attack between the urban front of the National Liberation Army and the 33 armed group of dissidents from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). .
According to the Colombian authorities, work is also being done not only to arrest the perpetrators but also to identify the ideologues of the attack.
On Saturday, the defense minister announced that a reward of up to 800,000 US dollars had been offered for information allowing those responsible for the attack to be found.
the helicopter in which President Ivan Duque was traveling; Defense Minister Diego Molano; Interior Minister Daniel Palacios. the governor of Norte de Santander Silverio Serrano; The mayor of Cúcuta, Jairo Yanez, among others, received six casualties, said General Ramses Rueda, commander of the Colombian Air Force. Not everyone on board was hurt.
Osmari Hernandez contributed to this report.