"As of this morning, there was no formal request. I do not know whether it will be received today. But if we receive the request, we will analyze it," Holmes Trujillo said at a press conference.
On Thursday, Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza said Venezuela had officially requested Colombia to extradite five people suspected for the involvement in the attack on Maduro.
On Saturday, a military parade in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas attended by Maduro was interrupted by what the authorities said was an attempt on the life of the president. Venezuela’s Information Minister Jorge Rodriguez has said several drones detonated close to where the president was giving a speech. The president was unharmed, but seven soldiers sustained injuries.