Chapecoense were officially handed the Copa Sudamericana champions trophy on Wednesday evening at the draw for the 2017 Copa Libertadores.
A Bolivian government report says the plane crash that killed 19 Chapecoense players was the fault of the pilot and the LaMia airline.
"We felt like brothers to the Brazilian team. And all of us were very happy to give them the Copa Sudamericana title," Aguilar said.
Gustavo Vargas, CEO of the LaMia airline, detained while being investigated for possible charges of manslaughter and other crimes.
As the football world united, Chapecoense and Atletico Nacional fostered a moving friendship between the clubs disaster did not allow to meet.
The Brazilian club Chapecoense, which lost most of its players in a plane crash last week, has been awarded the Copa Sudamericana championship