FANB deploys along the Atlantic coast to fight drug trafficking

The Operational Strategic Commander of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (Ceofanb), G/J Domingo Hernández Lárez, reported last Friday that the Bolivarian Shield Operation “Wara 2022” was deployed from the Orinoco River to the Atlantic coast by the Fanb for the defense of sovereignty and combating drug trafficking.

The information was released by the senior military official through his Twitter account. «With a military deployment of forces and means, we begin the operation Bolivarian Shield “Wara 2022”. Riverside operations that will cover from the Orinoco River to the Atlantic coast.

Hernández Lárez explained that officials from the Bolivarian National Militia participated in the deployment. “The Bolivarian Militias with the MG @wistohor Chourio Andrade in front, occupying spaces in the Delta Amacuro territory, with river units of Militias with high reaction capacity in the fight against drug trafficking.”

In another trill, he stressed that the “FANB continues to be deployed in the operation “Vuelvan Caras” in the protection of the people, in the fight against the scourge of drug trafficking.”



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