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Hurricane Beryl will pass through the Venezuelan Caribbean Sea

Inameh reported that it will be at a distance of 350 km from its center towards the Venezuelan coasts from this June 30 until July 2

Hurricane Beryl will pass through the Venezuelan Caribbean Sea, reported the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (Inameh) in a post on the X network. According to the estimated trajectory, it is expected at a distance of 350 km from its center towards the Venezuelan coasts from this June 30 until July 2.

The report indicates that the phenomenon is located over the Tropical Central Atlantic about 400 kilometers north of Guayana Esequiba and has maximum sustained winds of 215 kilometers per hour.

ALBA countries on alert

The Executive Secretary of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America - Free Trade Agreement (ALBA- TCP), Jorge Arreaza, reported that the countries that make up this organization are in permanent contact to monitor the situations in each of these nations. and the effects that the natural phenomenon could cause.

“From the Executive Secretariat of the ALBATCP we maintain permanent contact with the governments (members and non-members) of the Caribbean, given the imminence of the passage of Hurricane Beryl,” explained Arreaza, who maintained that in a preventive manner, “the Alliance has activated its immediate attention and response.”

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