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FANB reinforces surveillance of strategic facilities

FANB reinforces surveillance of strategic facilities

The Strategic Operational Commander of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (CEO-FANB), G/J. Domingo Hernández Lárez reported that actions to defend and prevent sabotage of strategic facilities in Venezuela were reinforced, complying with presidential instructions in the face of new terrorist threats from the Colombian government.

“The FANB patrols and exercises security in strategic installations to prevent sabotage by foreign opposition factions who, in xenophobic attitudes, have always opposed the homeland of Bolívar and Chávez! For a Free, Sovereign and Independent Homeland! ”, He spread on his account @dhernandezlarez on social networks.

In addition, Hernández Lárez reported that the FANB has enlisted new contingents to increase patrol work on the cross-border axis and keep Venezuelan territory free and sovereign.

This Saturday, the Commander-in-Chief of the FANB, and Constitutional President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro Moros, alerted Venezuelans of new plans of violence by the regime that governs in Bogotá, after meetings between Iván Duque and right-wing terrorists.



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