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Ejército hará presencia en las vías de Boyacá durante semana santa

Con cerca de 8.000 soldados la Primera Brigada hará presencia en las vías de Boyacá, con el fin de garantizar la seguridad a turistas y residentes.

Las tropas realizarán puestos de control  y operaciones sobre las áreas de jurisdicción, operaciones en cubierta,  que permitan garantizar y mantener la seguridad en el departamento de Boyacá.

Habrá presencia sobre principales ejes viales, como Villa de Leyva, Chiquinquirá, Paipa, la carretera central del norte que comunica a Boyacá con los departamentos de Casanare, Arauca,  Santander y  Norte de Santander y hacia el Suroriente de Boyacá.

"La Primera Brigada está comprometida con la seguridad de esta zona del territorio nacional que ofrece una variada programación tanto religiosa como cultural y turística", indicó el Coronel José Antonio Hernández Capacho, comandante de la Primera Brigada.

El Ejército tiene disponibles las líneas 146 y 147 para que la población reporte cualquier eventualidad.

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