Unknown persons blew up a section of an oil pipeline in eastern Colombia, Caracol reported.
According to the TV channel, the incident took place on Friday afternoon in Saravena municipality.
The intruders, whose identity has not yet been identified, used explosives to disrupt the operation of the pipeline. According to preliminary data, members of the rebel organizations may have been involved in the attack.
None of the people were injured in the accident. An investigation is underway into the explosion.
Earlier, Colombian General Luis Navarro accused the Venezuelan military of teaching soldiers of the National Liberation Army of Colombia to use Russian anti-aircraft systems.