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Venezuelan Armed Forces deal blows to paramilitaries in Apure

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Venezuelan Armed Forces deal blows to paramilitaries in Apure

Caracas, Mar 21 (Prensa Latina) The Bolivarian National Armed Force (FANB) on Monday continues its operations in the Venezuelan state of Apure, after dealing several blows to the Colombian Armed Drug Trafficking Terrorists (TANCOL) during the weekend.
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On his Twitter account, Domingo Hernandez, Operational Strategic Commander of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (CEOFANB), explained the main actions and announced that the 2022 Bolivarian Shield Operation, “Vuelvan Caras” is being maintained in that region bordering Colombia.

Hernandez pointed out that the FANB is working on eliminating explosives, destroying the camps and expelling the invaders from the national territory.

Meanwhile, a concrete agenda of actions and the map of strategic solutions are being developed in the border states of Zulia and Bolivar, to strengthen the Citizen Security agencies as part of the Negro Primero Mission, aimed to improve the military structures.

For his part, Remigio Ceballos, Minister for Internal Relations, Justice and Peace, explained that innovative, high impact projects are being implemented in Bolivar, to develop and strengthen the security bodies, in the battle against fire, health, information technology, defense and criminalistics.

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