FANB enables evacuation route for illegal miners in Amazonas

The Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) enabled a safe evacuation route from Yapacana to Puerto Ayacucho, in the state Amazonwith the aim of contributing to the voluntary eviction of illegal miners settled in the National Park, reported the head of the FANB Strategic Operational Command (Ceofanb), Domingo Hernández Lárez.

Through his account on the social network Twitter, Hernández Lárez specified that the illegal miners settled in the Yapacana National Park they voluntarily abandoned their trade to make way for the days of recovery and reforestation of the nature reserve.

“#FANB has enabled a safe evacuation route from Yapacana to Puerto Ayacucho, to contribute to the voluntary eviction of the Yapacana National Park, where the illegal miners have abandoned their trade to make way for recovery days and reforestation of the territory”, published the Chief of Ceofanb.

The Chief of the Ceofanb pointed out that the illegal miners were convinced that their actions cause serious damage to the ecosystem, for which they voluntarily decided to leave the Yapacana National Park.

“After coming to the conviction of the terrible damage and the consequences that are inflicted on nature in that important area under the Special Protection Regime,” the illegal miners left the park, added Hernández Lárez.

6,627 illegal miners evacuated

“To this day, since July 1, 6,627 miners have been registered and evacuated from the National Park,” the Chief of Ceofanb published on Twitter.

He stressed that for evictions “the National Government has designed an evacuation, dismantling and recovery plan for the affected environments.”

In this regard, it explained that these actions to eliminate illegal minery they seek to “maintain an environment free of contamination, in accordance with the 5th Historical Objective of the Plan for the Homeland.”

Likewise, the Chief of the Ceofanb highlighted that the FANB will continue to be deployed “in the execution and operationalization of security plans and protection of sovereignty in the border areas of the state of Amazonas.”

“In order to maintain an environment free of contamination, in accordance with the 5th Historical Objective of the Plan for the Homeland, the #FANB continues to be deployed in the execution and operationalization of security plans and protection of sovereignty in the border areas of the state of Amazonas, where unscrupulous groups have dedicated themselves to depredating ecosystems with prohibited illegal mining activities. For this reason, the National Government has designed an evacuation, dismantling and recovery plan for the affected environments. Environmental protection is a constitutional duty, ”he indicated on the social network.

FANB guarantees environmental protection

The Chief of the Ceofanb recalled that the actions that the FANB has developed in the state of Amazonas to eliminate illegal mining are based on article 127 of the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

“From the CRBV, Article 127: It is a right and a duty of each generation to protect and maintain the environment for the benefit of itself and the future world. Every person has the right individually and collectively to enjoy a safe, healthy and ecologically balanced life and environment. The State will protect the environment, biological diversity, genetic resources, ecological processes, national parks and natural monuments, and other areas of special ecological importance. The genome of living beings cannot be patented, and the law that refers to bioethical principles will regulate the matter,” Hernández Lárez wrote on Twitter.



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