Thursday, June 13, 2013

More on “Gente de Petróleo” and the 18 war planes

The government´s Sistema Bolivariano de Comunicación e Información published a note yesterday claiming that Gente de Petróleo (the organization of PDVSA executives fired after the oil strike of 2002), “control” the production of 20,000 barrels of oil in Colombia trough a company called Vetra Energía. 

The note, originally published in the government free daily newspaper Ciudad CCS, argues that this company could be linked to the “purchase of 18 war planes by the opposition, to be placed in one of seven US military bases in Colombia,” as previously denounced by José Vicente Rangel and by President Nicolás Maduro. 

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