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Venezuela informa la caída de un avión de la Fuerza Armada en frontera con Colombia sin precisar detalles ni víctimas

























NOTICIAS | AMÉRICA LATINA


Viernes, Septiembre 18, 2015











Una aeronave de la fuerza aérea militar de Venezuela tipo Sukhoi-30 se precipitó este jueves en la región noroccidental de Venezuela, fronteriza con Colombia.

















A través de un comunicado emitido por la Fuerza Armada de Venezuela se indicó que una Junta Investigadora de Accidente Aéreos intenta determinar las causas del siniestro y localizar a los pilotos.






Según el comunicado, la aeronave realizaba un sobrevuelo para custodiar el espacio aéreo cuando detectó un avión que ingresó de forma ilícita al país por la región noroccidental con rumbo surhacia la frontera con Colombia.







Los capitanes Ronald Ramírez y Jackson García piloteaban la nave venezolana. 





Hasta la madrugada del viernes se desconocía la situación de ambos funcionarios.






A continuación el texto íntegro del comunicado:


LA FUERZA ARMADA NACIONAL BOLIVARIANA INFORMA AL PUEBLO DE VENEZUELA QUE EL DIA 17 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2015, APROXIMADAMENTE A LAS 21:07 HORAS, UN AVIÓN TIPO SUKHOI-30 DE NUESTRA GLORIOSA AVIACIÓN MILITAR BOLIVARIANA, PILOTEADO POR EL CAPITÁN RONALD RAMIREZ Y EL CAPITÁN JACKSON GARCÍA.





QUIENES EN CUMPLIMIENTO DEL SAGRADO DEBER DE CUSTODIAR NUESTRO ESPACIO AÉREO SOBERANO, TODA VEZ QUE SE ACTIVÓ EL SISTEMA DE DEFENSA AEROESPACIAL INTEGRAL.




DETECTANDO UNA AERONAVE ILÍCITA QUE INGRESÓ POR LA REGIÓN NOROCCIDENTAL DEL PAÍS CON RUMBO SUR HACIA EL LÍMITE FRONTERIZO CON LA REPÚBLICA DE COLOMBIA, ZONA DONDE LAS MAFIAS LIGADAS AL NARCOTRÁFICOPRETENDEN UTILIZAR NUESTRO TERRITORIO COMO PLATAFORMA DE DISTRIBUCIÓN DE DROGAS PRODUCIDAS EN EL VECINO PAÍS, HACIA CENTROAMÉRICA Y EL CARIBE.




SE PRECIPITÓ A TIERRA SIN QUE HASTA EL MOMENTO, SE CONOZCA LA SITUACIÓN DE LOS PILOTOS. EN TAL SENTIDO SE HA ORDENADO LA INMEDIATA ACTIVACIÓN DE LA JUNTA INVESTIGADORA DE ACCIDENTES AÉREOS CON EL OBJETO DE DETERMINAR LAS POSIBLES CAUSAS QUE ORIGINARON EL SINIESTRO Y TOMAR LAS MEDIDAS NECESARIAS PARA LA UBICACIÓN DE LOS PILOTOS.





NUESTRA AVIACIÓN MILITAR BOLIVARIANA CONTINUARÁ BATALLANDO SIN DESCANSO, TODOS LOS DIAS DEL AÑO, PARA GARANTIZAR NUESTRA SOBERANÍA E INDEPENDENCIA, COMBATIENDO CON FIRMEZA LOS INFAMES FLAGELOS DEL NARCOTRÁFICO, EL PARAMILITARISMO Y DEMÁS DELITOS QUE SE COMETEN EN LA REGIÓN FRONTERIZA COLOMBOVENEZOLANA, CON EL FIRME PROPÓSITO DE CONSTRUIR UNA NUEVA FRONTERA DE PAZ, BIENESTAR, SEGURIDAD Y DESARROLLO PARA TODO EL PUEBLO DE VENEZUELA.




~VLADIMIR PADRINO LÓPEZ GENERAL EN JEFE MINISTRO DEL PODER POPULAR PARA LA DEFENSA Y COMANDANTE ESTRATÉGICO OPERACIONAL









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