President Maduro orders to create airlift for migrants who wish to return to the country
During the economic cabinet which took place in the Miraflores Palace, the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, addressed the issue of Venezuelan migration, specifically on compatriots in Peru, and affirmed the activation of a social plan in the frame of the Plan of Return to the Motherland, an air bridge so that the Venezuelans can return to Venezuela.
“I have ordered an airlift to support all Venezuelans who want to return to the Fatherland, here we are waiting with open arms, here we are with enough strength to reach out to them,” said President Maduro.
The announcement offered by the Head of State was made in the worst context of the history of xenophobia to which Venezuelans have been subjected in countries such as Peru, Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia, Chile and Argentina, countries that in a filthy way have supported the actions imposed from Washington against Venezuela.
The leader of the Bolivarian Diplomacy of Peace, made a parenthesis during the explanation to reaffirm the new subsidized fuel supply plan for the Venezuelan people, which will continue to have the cheapest gasoline in the world.
Last week a group of 89 Venezuelans returned by their own request to the country from Peru, free of charge on a Conviasa flight, wholly assumed by the Bolivarian Government. Likewise, 185 compatriots arrived by land across the border with Brazil, being received and assisted by the governor of the Bolívar state, Justo Noguera Pietri, by order of President Maduro, and framed in the plan he created, to return to the Homeland that saw them be born.