FAB confirms contract with manufacturer of Evos documentary film and denies improper use of the aircraft

The flight of the FAB-418 aircraft, which took place on Jan. Gil came to the country to make a documentary about former President Evo Morales.

“According to this contract, the FAB operated a single flight and the versions that 4 different flight operations were carried out were false and defamatory,” the FAB said in a statement, denying that Morales was involved in the contractual relationship.

“Evo Morales does not appear in this contractual relationship for the transport of passengers, as some politicians wrongly point out in an obvious abuse of state property,” the statement said.

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The FAB adds that they “conduct these types of flight integration operations at the request of any citizen who requires and engages this service, on routes where there are no civil airlines”.

Finally, the area agency stated that it “rejects and regrets the false and malicious statements and publications of some media outlets that lend themselves to the game of political interest that is absolutely alien to our institution”.

Citizen Community (CC) MEP Luciana Campero denounced last week that a foreign production team had used at least four aircraft from the Bolivian Air Force (FAB) to film a documentary about former President Evo Morales.

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