TANCOL camp dismantled for fuel supply

TANCOL camp dismantled for fuel supply

The Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) dismantled a logistics camp, belonging to the TANCOL group, for the clandestine supply of fuel, the Strategic Commander of the military corps, Domingo Hernández Lárez, reported on Monday.

Through his account on the social network Twitter, Hernández Lárez explained that a total of 13,500 liters of jet-A1 gasoline were found in this camp.

In this regard, he recalled that these operations are made up of special forces professionals and combat engineers.

“Here there are no improvisations, Venezuelan explosives professionals are guarantors of the life and safety of the people,” he stressed.

In another message on the social network, he explained that the military bodies will be in charge of destroying “all the TANCOL logistics facilities in our territory. Venezuela is not for sale, nor will it be an accomplice of the invading Colombian drug trafficking networks.”

It should be remembered that these operations, which began in January 2022, are deployed in the border territory to expel Colombian terrorists and thereby neutralize their actions in the country.

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