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Honduras and Nicaragua agree to exchange intelligence information

The Nicaraguan Army and the Honduran Armed Forces have agreed on an intelligence exchange and cooperation enhancement to combat threats along their shared border.

The agreement was reached between the commander-in-chief of the Nicaraguan Army, General Julio César Avilés Castillo, and the Chief of the Joint Staff of the Honduran Armed Forces, Vice Admiral José Jorge Fortín Aguilar.

The military leaders of both countries aim to strengthen real-time information and intelligence exchange through Military Intelligence organs.

The heads of the Armed Forces of Nicaragua and Honduras, meeting in Managua.
The heads of the Armed Forces of Nicaragua and Honduras, meeting in Managua. (Photo Internet reproduction)

They also emphasized the importance of improving existing communication channels for effective operational results.

Additionally, they agreed to continue with the coordinated Sandino-Morazán operations that maintain high levels of security and stability in the border areas.

These operations’ effectiveness was evaluated during the 19th phase, conducted from June 12 to 26.

The Nicaraguan Army has detained 18 individuals involved in illicit activities and seized illegal items, while the Honduran Armed Forces detained 21 individuals and confiscated drugs and weapons.

The strengthening of confidence-building measures between both military institutions was also reaffirmed as vital for the bilateral agenda on border security.

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