Venezuelan Armed Forces Neutralize Colombian Paramilitary Incursion on Coast of La Guaira

At dawn this Sunday, the Venezuelan state security forces neutralized a paramilitary incursion from Colombia on the coast of La Guaira, reported the Minister of People’s Power for Interior, Justice and Peace, Nestor Reverol.

“They tried to carry out an invasion by sea, a group of terrorist mercenaries from Colombia” with the aim of attempting against the lives of leaders of the revolutionary government and causing chaos in the population to lead to a coup, he said.

The raid was attempted by speedboats and was neutralized by the immediate action of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces and the Special Actions Forces of the Bolivarian National Police (Faes).

In the operation, some of the terrorists were killed, while others were arrested, and they also seized assault rifles.

Reverol reported that the security forces remain on constant alert to any threat and that the operation to stop the paramilitary elements continues.

“Other arrests are not ruled out as a thorough search by land, sea and air is being carried out,” he said.

“It seems that the imperial frustrated trials to overthrow the legitimately constituted government led by President Nicolás Maduro, have dragged them to carry out excessive actions,” he said.

He added that such actions deserve the repudiation of the Venezuelan people and the international community and that Venezuela will respond forcefully to threats against the country’s peace.

“We remain on constant alert and resistance to any threat against our Homeland and we will respond forcefully against these terrorist groups that attempt against our peace, which is and will be our main victory,” he said.

This act of aggression was carried out almost a year after an attempted coup d’état was carried out against the President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, who was led by the opposition leader, Juan Guaidó.

Result Negro Primero Operation, Macuto, Edo. La Guaira:

  • Eight (08) killed including Cap Robert Colina, aka Pantera.
  • Two (02) CDDnos., Captured who participated in the organization of the terrorist operation.
  • Ten (10) Rifles
  • One (01) Glock 9mm pistol
  • Two (02) AFAG machine guns, stolen from the arms park of the Federal Legislative Palace on April 30, 19
  • Six (06) Pickup truck type vehicles
  • One (01) Boat with two (02) outboard motors
  • Cartridges of different calibers


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