Breaking News: New Attack on Venezuelan Electrical Grid Produces Localized Short Blackouts in Venezuela

The Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, reported on the afternoon of this Tuesday, May 5, a new attack on the National Electric System, specifically its trunk 765 transmission lines.

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“We must report that the National Electrical Grid suffered an attack on its transmission lines on trunk 765, just hours after the frustrated attempt by a terrorist incursion against Venezuela,” the official wrote on her twitter account.

Likewise, she specified that they are already in the process of recovering the service.

In the afternoon, remember, users on social networks reported electrical blackouts in various sectors of Caracas and in the interior of the country.

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A few minutes after the Vice President’s tweet, the FANB’s Strategic Command (CEOFANB) also posted on its twitter account the following: “National defensive system deployed, vigilant and at maximum alert in the case of an attack on the National Electrical Infrastructure…we guaranty the safeguard of our electrical grid.”

This incident happened 24 hours after two days of intensive military and intelligence activity in Venezuela after a US led failed mercenary incursion in Venezuelan waters. According to sources there might be 30 more mercenaries on the run or preparing terrorist attacks at this moment in Venezuela.

Source URL: La IguanaTV with OT content

Translated and edited by JRE/EF