Venezuela is arming itself with force from Iran, according to an exclusive report, which appeared backed by documents two days ago in a seriously described magazine, Semana, published weekly in Colombia, in which the supply of Iranian weapons began after the landing of the “Boeing 747” belonging to the “Fars Air Qeshm” company. The Iranian military, in the largest military base in the country, which is El Libertador Air in the state of “Aragua”, overlooking the far north of Venezuela on the Caribbean Sea.
Through that shipment, 2,000 missiles, 4.00 bombs and 30 cannons launched from aircraft, in addition to 35 radars, rifles and machine guns in the thousands, arrived in Venezuela, as part of an operation they called Escudo Boliviano 2021 for armament, knowing that the meaning of the word “Boliviano” in the name, according to what I concluded “Al-Arabiya.net”, from its reading of the report on the magazine’s website, is not affiliated with the operation of the State of Bolivia in South America, but rather an indication that the “Bolivia Shield 2021” operation is affiliated with the Bolivarian Republic, which is the official name of Venezuela.
A 3-document report on the weapons Venezuela received from Iran last June
The shipment consisted of 7.62 mm AK-103 assault machine guns, in addition to German-made Masaf 51.62 mm rifles, ZAB and RBK bombs, each weighing 500 kg, as well as UPK-23 artillery machine guns. 250 launched from warplanes, with the AESA APG-83 SABR electronic scanning radar system.
As for the missiles, which are the most important in the shipment, including 1,500 AGM-84 anti-ship models, and another AGM-65 Maverick anti-air-to-ground type for ships, armor, air defenses and fuel storage facilities, according to what “Al Arabiya.net” read in his biography, in addition to 500 missiles. AIM-7 air-to-air anti-aircraft, and another American-made, AIM-9X Sidewinde anti-aircraft model as well.
Presidential order to spy on Colombia
In its report, the magazine mentions that General Gerson Enrique Labrador, Director General of the Venezuelan Ministry of Defense Office, was the one who wrote a report of 3 documents in which he listed the weapons he requested to be transferred to the various warehouses of the Bolivarian Armed Forces and to the commandos, whose photos we find above.
Document on a presidential order to station Venezuelan intelligence on the border with Colombia, and a picture of the magazine’s cover this week
There is also a document, whose photo the magazine published separately, which is published alongside the magazine’s cover photo, which is included in the report that contains an order issued last week by the Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro, to send a number of intelligence agents – their names are in the document – to be stationed at the Venezuelan border with Colombia, to spy and eavesdrop. Hearing and sight.
The magazine confirmed in the report that professionals trained in dealing with weapons, and others from Iranian intelligence, also arrived in Venezuela, “at the same time, elements of the Venezuelan armed forces were sent to train them through defense and strategic courses in that country,” referring to Iran, which concluded an agreement with Venezuela before Two weeks, to exchange heavy Venezuelan oil for Iranian condensate to be used to improve the quality of its tar-like crude, and that the swap will last 6 months in its first phase, but it can be extended.