Through Operation Boquete, the Bolivarian National Armed Force (FANB), has to date disabled 127 unauthorized clandestine airstrips built by groups associated with drug trafficking and terrorism.
This was reported by the head of the FANB Strategic Operational Command (Ceofanb), General in Chief Domingo Hernandez Larezon his Twitter account.
“#FANB reaction units with sapper teams are deployed on the @ZODI_Zulia border, disabling clandestine airstrips built by groups associated with drug trafficking and terrorism to extract drugs from Venezuelan territory. Until now, Venezuela has made 127 unauthorized runways unusable through Operation Boquete,” he published.
Clandestine tracks of TANCOL groups are disabled
In addition, Operation Catatumbo Lightning, in its fight against the Colombian Armed Terrorist Drug Trafficking groups (TANCOL), disables illegal tracks along the border axis.
Operation Relámpago del Catatumbo, in the disabling of unauthorized clandestine runways built on the border axis by TANCOL groups to get their evil products through Venezuelan territory. Venezuela frontally combats terrorist groups and organizations that cross the borders cross-country, Hernández Lárez has repeatedly reported on the social network.
The Ceofanb maintains special operations deployed to guarantee the security and sovereignty of the country, carrying out procedures against the terrorist groups that operate on the borders with the state of Zulia, and other border regions.
These devices against drug trafficking include the destruction of planes dedicated to this illegal activity and the disabling of clandestine runways used for the trafficking of substances and minerals.