FANB dismantles another illegal mining camp in Amazonas

Members of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) dismantled another camp of illegal minery in the Yapacana National Park, Amazonas state.

In the device they detained 14 foreign citizens.

Likewise, they seized 2 engines, 6 cylinders, 1 4-cylinder engine, 15 4-inch snail turbines, 9 2-inch snail turbines, 68 13HP motorized pumps, 2 20HP motorized pumps, 3,873 meters of 4-inch high-pressure hose, 75 meters of high pressure hose 1 inch.

Likewise, 4,250 liters of gasoline-type fuel, 1 new crankshaft for the use of an 8-cylinder engine, 150 liters of diesel-type fuel, 163 meters of 4-inch PVC pipe, 1 power plant, 6 artisan collectors (Tamel), 100 meters of carpets, 2 rafts for floating support, 11 plastic containers with a capacity of 220 liters.

The information was released by the Operational Strategic Commander of the Bolivarian National Armed Force (Ceofanb), Domingo Hernandez Larezon his Twitter account.

FANB deployed in Yacapana National Park

Likewise, Hernández Lárez pointed out that the FANB remains deployed in the Yapacana National Parkto comply with the territorial and legal legal system.

“National parks, national monuments and forest reserves are areas under a special protection regime, due to the importance they represent for the country, the region and the world, due to the biodiversity and nature that they house,” he published on the social network.

In this regard, he denounced that the park is being affected by transnational criminal groups.

“The case of the Yapacana National Park is being destroyed and turned into a desert by transnational criminal groups materializing all kinds of contamination and ecocide,” said Ceofanb.

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