Volunteers from the Gran Misión Negro Primero serve communities in Las Tejerías

Volunteers from the Gran Misión Negro Primero serve communities in Las Tejerías

The sectoral vice president of Political Sovereignty, Security and Peace, G/J Vladimir Padrino López, reported that the Great Black First Mission will reinforce attention to the communities in Las Tejerías, Aragua state.

On this point he expressed: “we have been reinforced, teams of military volunteers, men and women who make up the Great Black First Mission, with its structure of health and food, welfare and recreation, we are going to deploy them in the population of Las Tejerías”.

The General-in-Chief added: “We are deployed with an unprecedented response capacity, to meet the needs of the People, and help them, and the Bolivarian National Armed Forces is added to the front line, we are going to pay a house-to-house visit to all these comrades who have been affected in Las Tejerías”.

He also indicated that more than 48 Food Houses are active in the town of Las Tejerías, where more than a thousand tons of food have been distributed since the beginning of the operation.

On the other hand, he maintained that “close to 200,000 cubic meters of mud and sediment have been removed; likewise, the water wells have been reactivated and the collateral damage to the pipes has been addressed”.

The Bolivarian National Armed Forces carry out tours from house to house, to assist families affected by the rains; delivering food, clothing, medicines and other supplies necessary for a good life.


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