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Venezuelans who participated in vandalism at protests in Cali have been arrested

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Photo: Courtesy At least 10 Venezuelans are being held and could be deported in the coming hours for participating in the vandalism during protests that took place for a few days in Cali, Colombia. This was reported this Friday April 30 by the mayor of the city, Jorge Iván Ospina. “In the act, we were able to identify some Venezuelans and they are in detention,” Ospina said in an interview with Colombian radio La FM. The mayor underlined that “the great majority of Venezuelans who are in Cali were respectful people”. After a day of protests in which one person died on April 28, Ospina demanded that the migrant population implicated in criminal acts be expelled immediately. “There is a migrant population present, I don’t know who succeeded in encouraging them and I think that the law enforcement agencies should immediately transfer the deportation,” the president told Blu Radio. For his part, President Iván Duque said in an interview with La FM that the vandalism in Cali during the two days of the national strike was orchestrated by criminal structures. He stressed that this is low-intensity urban terrorism in which it is not surprising that there is an influence of organized armed groups. #AlAireEnLaFM @JorgeIvanOspina: “In flagrante delicto we had the possibility to identify some Venezuelans and they are detained” Participate in our topic of the day #ADuqueLePregunto https://t.co/eyTGBdxAeD – La FM (@lafm) April 30 2021