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Barricadas militares apuntan a un cierre inminente de la frontera con Colombia por el Zulia











NOTICIAS



Apunto
Lunes, Septiembre 7, 2015










Este viernes, a través de las redes sociales un cúmulo de usuarios reportó la implementación de barricadas en la zona fronteriza que comparten Venezuela y Colombia, en La Guajira.






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Habitantes de la zona denunciaron también movimientos militares inusuales, y al menos una fotografía fue subida a Twitter dando cuenta de la barricada que, según algunos, fue puesta en la vía por funcionarios de la Guardia venezolana.








Francisco Arias Cárdenas, gobernador del estado Zulia, ratificó que apoyaría cualquier decisión que tome el jefe de Estado con respecto a la zona fronteriza de la entidad para evitar el delito de contrabando de extracción que afecta a la población.







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Hasta la tarde del lunes las autoridades venezolanas no habían confirmado este rumor. Sin embargo, periodistas zulianos dan por sentado el cierre "inminente" de esa frontera.



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Alphonso (mango)
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