This Saturday, the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, assured that the country has everything to fully enjoy Carnival 2023 with family, with joy and peace.
«Carnivals 2023 begin with the color of the comparsas, the parties, the parades and the beauty of the landscapes of Venezuela. We have everything to enjoy to the fullest with the family, with joy and in peace”, highlighted the head of state through his social networks.
It is worth mentioning that this Friday, the national president invited Venezuelans to enjoy the 2023 Carnival with joy and together, for which a variety of recreational activities have been prepared and the deployment of more than 139,000 Citizen Security officials has been guaranteed. .
Likewise, the head of the Cabinet of Communications and International Relations of the Government of Caracas, Carla Camacho, in an interview for the program coffee in the morning that transmits Venezuelan Television (VTV), announced the programming that the Mayor of Caracas and the Government of the Capital District will develop for the enjoyment of Carnival 2023.
The agenda contemplates a wide variety of activities in different parts of the city, and in this context, Carla Camacho reported that carnivals are starting today to bring joy to the children of the most vulnerable communities.
The Sectoral Vice President for Citizen Security and Peace, A/J Remigio Ceballos Ichasoannounced that the citizen security bodies together with the Bolivarian National Armed Force (FANB)guarantee tranquility, well-being and peace to those who will mobilize during the Carnival Holiday 2023, through the 18 trunk roads of the country.
Therefore, he assured that for this operation, the Bolivarian Government deployed more than 7 thousand vehicles, motorcycles, aircraft, boats, ambulances. Likewise, they will offer free service with more than 79 cranes, they will take over 88 passenger terminals, and they will protect businesses and health centers.
They will have 300 emergency medical posts in the more than 3,000 road control points, in all the trunk roads of the country, which also have devices to measure the speed of private vehicles.