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Delta Amacuro opens the Bicentennial Monument of the Battle of Carabobo

This Thursday on the Paseo Malecón Mánamo in Tucupita the Bicentennial Monument of the Battle of Carabobo was inaugurated, a work inspired by the sword of the liberator Simón Bolívar and which is being unveiled in the 24 states of Venezuela for the enjoyment of the people.

The activity was led by local authorities accompanied by Brigadier General Orlando Mendoza, Second Commander of the Delta Amacuro Integral Defense Operational Zone, and other civilian and military personalities.

«Today deepening the Bolivarian revolution made of peace, social justice, equity and equality, let us all continue to defend, in difficult times, our sovereignty, as they did 200 years ago in the Battle of Carabobo, we are standing and we will continue with force from the Orinoco, here we leave this beautiful monument remembering the independence history of Venezuela, "said the first president.

The authorities unveiled the commemorative plaque attached to the base of the Bicentennial monument, with the Liberator's saber pointing towards the sky, "which highlights the celebration of the 200 years of the victory of the Battle of Carabobo, which gave the definitive independence to Venezuela." Said the mayor of the Tucupita municipality, Loa Tamaronis.