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Presidente Santos visitó la frontera con Paraguachón y saludó a la GNB
























País - Septiembre 15 de 2015, 1:05 pm






Presidente Santos visita la frontera. Foto: SIG










El presidente Juan Manuel Santos llegó hasta la línea de frontera y saludó de mano a los guardias venezolanos. Es la primera vez que un jefe de estado visita esa población.






El presidente de la República, Juan Manuel Santos, arribó este martes al corregimiento de Paraguachón, en el departamento de La Guajira, para verificar la situación de la frontera con Venezuela, anunciar medidas de protecciones sociales y económicas, y brindar apoyo a los colombianos deportados.








El Mandatario hizo un recorrido por la zona y dialogó con miembros de la comunidad de esa zona. 







El Jefe del Estado está acompañado por el ministro de la Defensa, Luis Carlos Villegas; la canciller María Ángela Holguín; la ministra de Transporte, Natalia Abello; y el ministro de Vivienda, Luis Felipe Henao. 





De igual forma hacen presencia en la zona el defensor del Pueblo, Jorge Armando Otálora; la directora del Departamento Administrativo de Prosperidad Social, Tatyana Orozco; y el director de la Unidad Nacional para la Gestión de Riesgos, Carlos Iván Márquez.











En un gesto de fraternidad, Santos saludó a los guardias venezolanos que custodian las barricadas. Aunque uno de ellos rechazó el saludo, el presidente lo saludó dándole una palmada en el brazo.











Esta visita a La Guajira ocurre tres días después del sobrevuelo de aviones militares venezolanos en territorio colombiano, a pocos kilómetros del lugar donde a esta hora está el presidente.












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