"Activate cooperation mechanisms, due diligence measures and other necessary procedures, in accordance with national laws and existing cooperation mechanisms in the field of financial intelligence, with a view to complying with the mandate … based on the list initial annex of people associated with the regime of Nicolas Maduro, "said the foreign ministers in a joint resolution.
The resolution also provides for the competent authorities of the States Parties to the TIAR to apply, in accordance with national laws and the corresponding international obligations, "restrictive entry and transit measures … of persons included in the Consolidated List" .
Venezuelan opponent Julio Borges, presidential commissioner for Foreign Affairs appointed by the deputy and head of parliament Juan Guaido, said in a statement to the press that the sanctions They extend to 29 people close to the Maduro administration.
Among those punished are Maduro himself, the president of the National Constituent Assembly, Diosdado Cabello, Vice President Delcy Rodriguez, Attorney General Tarek William Saab and Colombian businessman Alex Saab.
Similarly, among those sanctioned are Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza and Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino Lopez.
According to Borges, at present "two thousand names have already been added" to the list of the TIAR, whose joint resolution also "rejects the measures taken by Maduro against the president in charge Juan Guaido, which are in total contradiction of the principles of objectivity and independence of financial intelligence units. "
The resolution declares that "the political and social economic crisis in Venezuela represents a threat to the maintenance of the peace and security of the continent", which establishes "the instruction to permanent representatives before the OAS (Organization of American States) to follow up on the situation in Venezuela. "
The next TIAR meeting will be held in the first quarter of 2020.
The meeting, led by Colombian Foreign Minister Claudia Blum, was attended by her peers from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, United States, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela.
Earlier, Colombian President Ivan Duque denied that the meeting had "warlike" ends against the Maduro administration.