The Minister of Justice, Wilson Ruiz Orejuela, confirmed this Tuesday that he attended the match of the Colombia team against Venezuela, which took place last Friday, October 9, at the Metropolitan Stadium in Barranquilla.
Through a statement, he assured that he is currently part of the Disciplinary Commission of the Colombian Football Federation and “for this reason, the directors of the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) and the Colombian Football Federation I was assigned three accreditations to enter the stadium“.
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The head of the Justice portfolio was in the meeting that the Tricolor won 3-0 with its two sons, “who play in the U-20 and U-17 categories of the Unión Magdalena and La Equidad teams.”
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This confirmation comes after the controversy generated because the The Ministry of Health and the high government have not authorized outsiders to those linked to sporting events enter such scenarios, due to restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“During the time we stayed in the Metropolitan Stadium of Barranquilla We comply with all the biosecurity measures and protocols required for the management and control of COVID-19“, the minister pointed out.