July 31, 2021

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Venezuela begins celebrations of the twentieth anniversary of the Carabobo war

President Nicolas Maduro listed the war as “the great anti-imperialist victory of our father Bolivar, the Negro Prime Minister and the patriotic army of June 24, 1821.”

Venezuelan officials and citizens began their celebrations this morning at dawn to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Carabobo war, an unforgettable and significant achievement of national independence.

The celebrations for the twentieth anniversary of the freedom struggle began with the presentation of courses at the National Pantheon.

Defense Minister Vladimir Badrino and Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) Operational Strategic Commander Remigio Cepalos Ichaso presided over the flag-raising ceremony to mark the 200th anniversary of the Carabobo war. Army Day.

Badrino, in a speech: “June 24, 2021, 200 years of the heroic deeds of our father Bolivar, we are awake today from twenty years.”

In a message posted on his Twitter account a few hours ago, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro listed the war as “the great anti-imperialist victory of our father Bolivar, the Negro Primer and the patriotic army of June 24, 1821.”

The festival was attended by about 200 artists who fought the Battle of Karabopho in Avenina Bolivar.

Later, people will meet at the Campo de Carabopo Historic Monument Walk, located southwest of the municipality of Libertadore, where a traditional military parade will be held each year to commemorate this national date.

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In the afternoon, the XIX Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Bolivarian Alliance for Our American People – the Alpha-DCP (Alpha-DCP) will take place in Caracas, which will mark the twentieth anniversary of the achievement of independence.