Colombian government gives millionaire award to anyone who provides information about Iván Duque helicopter attack


The Colombian government has offered a reward of 3,000 million pesos (approximately $ 795,000) for information leading to the capture of those responsible for the attack on the helicopter that President Iván Duque was in when it landed at Cucuta airport.

“A reward of up to 3,000 million pesos is offered to this person who provides information to find those responsible for this terrorist attack”, declared this Saturday in front of the media, the Minister of Defense Diego Molano, urging the population to join a “Determined fight against terrorism”.

For his part, the director of the National Police, Jorge Vargas, said that the investigations and analysis of the evidence collected at the place where the shots were fired against the presidential plane are progressing.

A video recorded by witnesses shows the precise moment of the attack on the presidential helicopter which took place this Friday, in the department of Norte de Santander.

Yes OK no casualties were recorded, the assault with rifle bullets left traces of impact on the military aircraft, in which they were also traveling the Minister of the Interior, Daniel Palacios, the Minister of Defense, Diego Molano, and the governor of Norte de Santander, Silvano Serrano Guerrero.

After the attack, several governments in the region, Europe and the United States repudiated the attack and expressed their solidarity with the Colombian authorities.

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