Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has announced that he will permit FBI agents to aid in the investigation into the recent assassination attempt against him.
If Washington confirms “the offer for the FBI to investigate links in Florida with the assassination plan… I would agree for the FBI to come here,” said Maduro on Sunday.
Following the attack Maduro blamed “terrorist cells” in Florida led by a man called Osman Delgado Tabosky.
Maduro’s announcement came several days after Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza said that the IS charge d’affairs in Caracas, James Story, had said is government was willing to “cooperate” in the investigation failed assassination.
On Friday, Venezuela called on the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) to arrest an opposition legislator exiled in Colombia and accused of involvement in an apparent assassination attempt on Maduro.
The Venezuelan government’s request for an Interpol red…