A The government’s new aircraft is the Vulta a la Batria It landed this Wednesday, June 30th Venezuela Comes from Peru. As a result, the number of immigrants leaving the country in recent years is now nearly 7,000.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Venezuela, About 258 immigrants arrived at Simon Bolivar International Airport in the state of La Guira, where they shared some of their experiences Peru.
“Very happy to be back in my homeland,” Adelso Sanchez declared. “We have no evidence to go back. We felt we were stuck here.” He added while still in Peruvian soil.
Return to domestic program It was launched in 2018 by the Nicolas Maduro regime in response to calls for the repatriation of a portion of the massive exodus recorded in the face of the severe crisis the Caribbean nation is experiencing.
The United Nations estimates the number of people leaving has reached at least five million Venezuela Looking for better career opportunities. So far 25,454 people have returned with the program approved by Maduro.
As many as 6,545 people have already returned from the flight, which was carried out by state airline Conviosa on Wednesday, June 30 Peru, A figure surpassed only by Brazil – it shares a boundary Venezuela-, of which 7,285 have returned.
In the last week Mature Recognized at the summit of the Bolivarian Alliance of our US-People’s Trade Agreement (ALPA-DCP) that there is a “significant migration” in his country, but more than 200,000 Lima announced their desire to return from Quito. And Santiago.
“Of course a significant displacement is the result of sanctions and a criminal economic war. Of course a significant part of Venezuela remains for economic reasons. A good percentage of those who left have returned, and they are returning,” he said. Mature.
Earlier in the month, the Savista leader actually insisted on it “600,000 Venezuelas” marked, Although At his behest, Venezuela did not release migration figures.