Venezuelan Army to Reinforce Border Crossings by Air and Land this Sunday (6D Parliamentary Elections)

“All security agencies are ready to apply the law in any cases that arise,” said CEOFANB chief Remigio Ceballos Ichaso.

Venezuela’s border, air, land, and river crossings will be reinforced on December 6, when the country’s parliamentary elections will be held.

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The head of the Strategic Operational Command of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (CEOFANB), Admiral Remigio Ceballos, declared on VTV that starting this Friday, December 4, the process of installing the voting tables in the 14,221 centers has been running, in the framework of the electoral schedule. In addition, the Venezuelan State is working on a national scale, with a total of 370,000 men and women deployed under the command of CEOFANB.

“All security agencies are ready to apply the law in any cases that arise. We are in a process of intensive work with all police forces, to take the necessary provisions in conjunction with intelligence and counterintelligence activities, which allow progress in security guarantees,” said the admiral.

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Ceballos also explained that all the facilities and strategic infrastructures of the state’s public services have been reinforced.

“In the voting centers we are in the process of reinforcing the issue of biosafety. This is a special plan that guarantees that citizens can go freely and safely to exercise the right to vote. We’re keeping the entire force deployed to increase security and biosafety at our borders,” he said.

 

Featured image: Venezuelan Admiral Remigio Ceballos. File photo.

(Panorama)

Translation: OT/JRE/SL