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Maduro reactivated the construction of the third bridge over the Orinoco

The head of state explained that the bridge covers 11 kilometers between Guárico and Bolívar

The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, reactivated this Monday the construction of the third bridge over the Orinoco, an announcement he made from the state of Bolívar during the broadcast of his program “Con Maduro +” number 50.

The head of state explained that the bridge covers 11 kilometers between Guárico and Bolívar, which is 60% complete; piles over the river (100%), railway track and roads (100%) 2.280 meters.

1X10 of the Good Government

During the segment with Maduro closer, the National President activated recovery and intervention through 1X10 of the Guaiparo pediatric hospital in San Félix.

Likewise, the recovery of the Raúl Leonis Hospital in San Félix was activated. Likewise, the rehabilitation of the Hospital and CDI “Dr. Arnaldo Gabaldón” in Caicara del Orinoco.

Maduro also activated the rehabilitation of the Ruíz y Páez University Hospital in Ciudad Bolívar.

In this same order of ideas, the Dignitary approved the construction of the San Félix boulevard, Caroní municipality, which will be named “Manuel Piar”.

“It gives me great happiness to be able to approve all the resources for the new San Félix boulevard,” he expressed.

He explained that it is a project that will be carried out together with the Mayor's Office of the Caroní Municipality and will replace the old Malecón de San Félix.

The governor, Ángel Marcano, explained that spaces such as Plaza Bolívar and the center have been recovered in the city.

Now, with this boulevard, tourism is encouraged. “San Félix today has a different face and without a doubt once the boulevard is finished, it will get prettier,” he indicated.

President Maduro announced the comprehensive rehabilitation of all the facilities of the Universidad de Oriente (UDO), Ciudad Bolívar core.

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