The Bolivarian Government continues to support Venezuelans abroad with the Plan Vuelta a la Patria
In the framework of the Vuelta a la Patria program promoted by President Nicolás Maduro, the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela facilitated the return to the country of 185 venezuelans from the Federative Republic of Brazil.
The compatriots, who remained in a street situation in the amazonian country, were received in the border of Bolivar state, in the south of the country, by the governor of that entity, Justo Noguera Pietri.
After crossing the border, the 185 venezuelan were taken to an attention center ordered by the Governor of Bolivar, from where they were later transferred to their respective regions of origin.
At least there are13 minors in the group of returnees, who are being treated comprehensively by the Bolivarian Government.
In that sense, José Marcelino Zambrano, who lived in the Anzoátegui state before leaving the country, said that the socioeconomic situation in Boa Vista was not “as beautiful as they described it, they said it was a fairy tale and it is a lie”, commented the venezuelan after being treated in an integral way by the Bolivarian Government.
Zambrano said that although he emigrated to Brazil in search of a better future for himself and his family, he could not achieve the goals due to different xenophobic actions that, along with the difficult socioeconomic situation, inhibit the daily activities of any citizen.
“The police of Boa Vista treated us like criminals and assaulted us, they closed our water pipes so we could not take baths, blocking the children’s access to drink water, they were isolating us and I really thank President Maduro for aiding us to return to our country because that was no life”, said José Zambrano.
A reality not very different was the situation of Alfredo Ramos, father of two girls, who reported that he left Venezuela due to the economic situation and guided by positive comments from people who did not live in Boa Vista and the information placed by the digital social media.
“Just 3 days after I arrived to Brazil I wanted to return to Venezuela, that government treated the venezuelan with contempt,” said the father of the two girls, while claiming that he was brutally beaten by the Brazilian federal police “just for being Venezuelan”, he said.
Ramos thanked the constant support of President Maduro and acknowledged that he was a victim of the internal and external media rain that exists against the Bolivarian nation.
Last Tuesday, 89 Venezuelan citizens from the Republic of Peru arrived in Venezuela on a flight sponsored by the National Executive, who has announced his commitment to protect the nationals who are abroad.