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Bricomiles arrive in Sucre to help the recovery of Cumanacoa

Ceofanb reported that soup kitchens were installed to provide care to the residents of this town in the east of the country.

Military Community Brigades (Bricomiles) are mobilized to Cumanacoa, Sucre state, to accompany the people of that town affected by the damage caused by the passage of Hurricane Beryl through the Caribbean Sea.

This was reported by the strategic operational commander of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB), G/J Domingo Hernandez Larez, who explained that in this deployment, soup kitchens were installed to provide care to the residents of this town in the east of the country.

“Our friendly and supportive hand for whatever and whenever! For us, the people and the country come first,” said the senior military officer from his account on the social network X.

It is important to remember that this Wednesday the President Nicolás Maduro announced the creation of the presidential command post and the Single Central Authority to serve Cumanacoa, led by Major General Lockibi Belmonte.

“Cumanacoa is not alone nor will it ever be, it has a loving government that protects it, that loves it and everything that has arisen from this situation, we will overcome it and we will come out stronger, that is the challenge, to come out better and stronger,” stressed the Head of State from the Presidential Command Post.

In this regard, Hernández Lárez announced that 1.200 military personnel would be transferred from the Eastern region.

He added that they would bring necessary materials such as mobile kitchens and instruments for cleaning the area.

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