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The president of Colombia spoke with Ismael Cala about COVID-19 and Venezuela

The president of Colombia spoke with Ismael Cala about COVID-19 and Venezuela

PR Newswire

MIAMI, March 31, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The president of Colombia, Iván Duque, spoke live this Monday with Ismael Cala about the coronavirus and the charges brought by the United States against Nicolás Maduro and other senior members of his regime.

In an interview on MegaTV, Duque discussed the border cooperation between Colombia and Venezuela, which is being aided by the Pan American Health Organization and the governors.

The Colombian president also affirmed that the programs in the Social Security network being deployed to handle the health crisis are also being used to help Venezuelans residing in Colombia.

He also mentioned the charges brought by the United States Justice Department against Nicolás Maduro and Cartel de los Soles, and said that the facts speak for themselves.

>>> Download the video of the interview here:

Ismael Cala is currently standing in for Oscar Haza on MEGA TV, as part of the channel's efforts to continue providing information and quality analysis in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

"Ahora con Oscar Haza," (Now, with Oscar Haza), is broadcast Monday to Friday, at the following times:

Miami: 8:00 pm

US Domestic: 8:00 pm ET / 7:00 pm CT/ 5:00 pm PT

Puerto Rico: 10:00 am

ABOUT ISMAEL CALA

Life and business strategist. He presents and directs the interview show, CALA, which is broadcast in twenty countries. For five and a half years, Ismael Cala hosted the show CALA at prime time on CNN en Español. Businessman and social entrepreneur. Author of eight best-selling books in the areas of leadership, enterprise and personal development, including "El poder de escuchar," (The Power of Listening), and "Despierta con Cala" (Awaken with Cala). Cala was born in Santiago de Cuba (1969) and has a degree in Art History from Universidad de Oriente. He is coauthor of the book "Beat the Curve," with Brian Tracy. He graduated from the School of Communication at the University of York in Toronto, and has a diploma from Seneca College in Television Production. He is President and founder of Cala Enterprises Corporation and the Ismael Cala Foundation.

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