Bolivarian Libertarian Torch arrived in La Guaira

The events took place in the Plaza Bolívar Chávez de La Guaira. Courtesy photo

With cultural activities and in civic-military-police union, the Bicentennial Libertarian Torch was received in the state of La Guaira, which since last April 19 has traveled the different territories of the homeland as a symbol of freedom in the framework of the Bicentennial of the Battle of Carabobo.

The activity took place in the Plaza Bolívar Chávez in the capital of the entity, in an act that was led by the governor of the region Jorge Luis García Carneiro, who valued the work of the organizers of an act carried out in an "impeccable manner". as recognized.

"I think it is one of the most beautiful events that we could have organized for them because of the love we have for our heroes and our history," said the regional president, who highlighted the activities inspired by the "200 years of that immortal battle of Carabobo and today a remembrance of all those historical events has been made ”.

In the event, which coincided with the commemoration of the rejection of the civic-military-police coordination of the Gideon operation, an attack on the homeland orchestrated by foreign interests linked to traitors to the peace of Venezuela.

In this sense, Governor García Carneiro decorated A / J Remigio Ceballos with the Gual and Spain order in its only class, along with other military authorities who took action during the operation to defend the homeland.

"Our FANB will always be our illustrious daughter who will always receive the affection of the Venezuelan people," said the authority, congratulating the honorees.

He highlighted the patriotic spirit of those who do not faint in the fight for the freedom of our country. "We in Venezuela feel freedom in our hearts and souls," he assured.



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