February 26, 2019, 02:17
Updated February 26, 2019, 14:38
A Bolivarian national police official decided on Tuesday to support Venezuelan interim president Juan Guaydo, who crossed the Colombian-Venezuelan border and was protected by Colombian immigration officials.
More than 236 Venezuelan officials have decided to postpone the order of the National Assembly chairman last Saturday, according to Migración Colombia. Most have held meetings with Guaydo and have agreed to cooperate for the restoration of democracy in the country.
On February 23, several military officers responsible for border security during the attempt to accept humanitarian aid decided to leave their posts and enter Colombian territory.
On this day, lawmakers from the National Assembly and opposition citizens tried to submit data donated by various international organizations and nations to the national territory but were blocked by Venezuelan security services on the orders of Nicholas Maduro.
# 26Feb 1:33 am A Bolivarian National Police (PNB) official joined the group of officers who had crossed the border with Colombian territory for the past three days. pic.twitter.com/6t7fV1CmW2 – @mdebarrosf
– Report Now (@ReporteYa) February 26, 2019