Army Will Reinforce Actions on Oil Affected Beaches, Says Vice President

According to Mourão, a team of approximately 5,000 soldiers will begin to clean up beaches on Monday. According to him, the government was quick to activate the safety protocols, but there was a lack of communication.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Acting president Hamilton Mourão said yesterday, October 21st, that the Army's military personnel will reinforce the clean-up efforts of oil-stricken beaches along the Northeast coast.

According to Mourão, a team of approximately 5,000 soldiers from the 10th . . .

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