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Events begin in commemoration of 203 years of the Battle of Carabobo

With the raising of the tricolor flag in the National Pantheon, authorities paid honor to the father of the Homeland Simón Bolívar

In the early hours of this Monday, June 24, the events commemorating the 203 years of the Battle of Carabobo and Army Day.

With the raising of the tricolor flag in the National Pantheon Monumental Complex, authorities paid honors to the father of the Nation Simón Bolívar.

The event was led by the Sector Vice President for Citizen Security and Peace, A/J Remigio Ceballos Ichaso, who received the National Flag which he later presented to the cadets of the Venezuelan Military Academy. Later the pavilion was moved through the courtyard of honor to the main flagpole to be raised.

Likewise, 203 years after the victory in the Battle of Carabobo, they presented a wreath before the sarcophagus of the Father of the Nation.

Also present at the event were the Minister for Habitat and Housing, Idelmaro Villarroel, the Vice Minister of Internal Policy and Legal Security, Alana Zuloaga, and the Military High Command.

A cultural event was held in the spaces of the Complex, after which the M/G. Johan Hernández Lárez took a tour through history. Subsequently, the authorities signed the document, thereby ratifying his commitment to the Homeland.

“The Battle of Carabobo represents for our Homeland, the definitive closure of the emancipatory process, the consolidation of the Homeland and the birth of the glorious Bolivarian Army,” highlights in his account on the social network Ministry of Interior Relations, Justice and Peace about this important date.

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