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National Army receives funding to improve mobility for its operations in Cesar

National Army receives funding to improve mobility for its operations in Cesar The troops of the Tenth Armored Brigade are ready to continue working for the safety of Cesar
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This new set of vehicles and motorcycles reinforce the security in the urban and rural areas of the Cesar department.
With the presence of Brigadier General Pablo Alfonso Bonilla Vásquez, commander of the Tenth Armored Brigade, the governor of Cesar, Francisco Ovalle Angarita, the commander of the Police Region no. 8, general Gonzalo Ricardo Londoño, and agents of the Prosecutor's Office, Migration Colombia, INPEC, and the high an medium security prisons of Valledupar, a ceremony was held to deliver new vehicles and motorcycles in order to reinforce the security of the Cesar department.

The ceremony took place at the entrance of the Julio Monsalvo covered coliseum, where the Tenth Brigade received two Nissan vans for the Military Gaula to fight extortion and kidnapping, as well as 26 high-capacity Yamaha XT60 motorcycles to support safety in rural Valledupar.

Three minivans for intelligence work, a 12-passenger Renault minibus, a 35-passenger bus, a Toyota Prado TX armored van, and 48 Suzuki and Yamaha motorcycles were also handed over to the Police. Additionally, the Legal Medicine department of the Office of the Attorney General received a criminal investigation unit; the CTI a 32-passenger bus; the INPEC a 32-passenger bus; and the high and medium security prison of Valledupar two motorcycles.

During the ceremony, the officers emphasized the work done by the Public Force to achieve greater security for all Cesar inhabitants.

Brigadier General Pablo Alfonso Bonilla Vásquez sent a message in which he highlighted the struggle to reach a better region and country: We are living a historic moment. A few years ago we had to worry about terrorist groups. Today the problem is different; since the problem is changing, we as a State Force must also change. The objective is to consolidate the security for the Cesar people, and that the changes that we experience every day lead us to live in a better country. To our children and grandchildren, we deliver a Colombia different from the one that we lived.

The Command of the Tenth Armored Brigade, attached to the First Division of the National Army, will continue to consolidate a team with the best tools for the safety of all the inhabitants of its jurisdiction.