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Combat troops deployed in Venezuelan state of Apure

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Combat troops deployed in Venezuelan state of Apure

Caracas, Mar 15 (Prensa Latina) The Venezuelan military high command is currently reinforcing its troops in the border region of Apure, with the deployment of the Rapid Reaction Units (URRA) in Miranda and the Capital District.
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Javier Marcano, commander of the Capital Integral Defense Strategic Region (REDI), along with Johan Hernandez, commander of the Integral Defense Operations Zone (ZODI) in Miranda, reported about the presence of those forces in this state bordering Colombia, in order to strengthen the troops facing irregular groups. During the last weeks, the State security forces and the National Bolivarian Armed Force (FANB) have been carrying out different operations to neutralize criminal gangs, eradicate laboratories and drug plantations in the border territory and expel irregular groups that try to control those areas.

Such actions are part of the 2022 Bolivarian Shield Operation, “Vuelvan Caras,” designed by the FANB’s high command to defend the national sovereignty and prevent the entry of those groups, whose aim is to create panic and destabilize Venezuela.

The Venezuelan Executive has repeatedly denounced and presented evidence in the most diverse scenarios that those paramilitary and mercenary forces are financed and trained by the United States, Israel and Colombia to try to overthrow President Nicolas Maduro and the Bolivarian Revolution.

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