The Cubanization of Venezuela: Cuba’s G2 expands espionage operation in Venezuela
Cuban G2 expands espionage campaign in Venezuela
The intelligence agency is focusing on communication services.
Havana has reinforced its spy network to watch not only members of the opposition and public figures in Venezuela, but according to one source, it is now also focusing on private communication services.
The objectives for Cuban intelligence in Venezuela "are the same as those 1999, concentrating on indoctrination, the gathering of information, preemptive strikes against both individuals and organizations in the opposition," said a source from Cuban intelligence who is connected to the operations but asked to remain anonymous.
"The hacking from Cuba of email accounts and other accounts belonging to the most prominent and effective opposition members" is one of the operations offered to Venezuela that Cuba is expanding.
"I have reliable information that what is coming to newspapers El Universal and El Nacional in terms of infiltration by Cuban intelligence is a large operation that is very professional and difficult to detect," the source warned.
For more than a decade, known members of Cuban Intelligence (G2) have been in Venezuela to work in the creation and the indoctrination of the upper echelon of communist politicians and former guerrillas who today make up the Marxist youth in the country.
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