Plan Vuelta a la Patria adds 90 nationals who returned from Peru
A second group of 90 Venezuelans – made up of 58 women, 32 men and 10 children – from Peru arrive at the Simón Bolívar International Airport in Maiquetía on Saturday to reconnect with their families and return to their homeland after experiencing the most cruel conditions of vulnerability, to be victims of xenophobic acts, labor exploitation and discriminatory treatment during their stay in the Inca nation.
From early morning, the compatriots stationed at the headquarters of the Venezuelan Embassy in Peru, waited for transportation units that would take them to the Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima, to board a Conviasa airline plane destined for their homeland Venezuela, land to which many venezuelan migrants wish to return and never leave again.
In the opinion of Isbelis Herrera, the decision to leave their country, by Venezuelans, inoculated by the media campaign of humanitarian and migratory crisis, translates into “a learning” demonstrating that Venezuela is an open door country that receives everyone without distinction of creed, race or nationality.
Herrera thanked the work being carried out by the National Government headed by President Nicolás Maduro Moros, whom she described as a humanist and socialist man, because the decision of the Head of State to reach out to his compatriots through the Plan Vuelta a la Patria is a lesson for many governments of the world, including those that promote foreign intervention and coercive measures against the Caribbean nation.
“Thank God that President Maduro listened to our pleas demonstrating that he is a humanist and socialist man. There is no country like Venezuela, no other country has seen a president who sends looking his his migrants. This is a great learning, Venezuela is unique, we will fight and love our country” said Herrera.
In reference to the statements made by Isbelis Herrera, the FM of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, indicated through his Twitter account @jaarreaza that his words are full of feeling, truth and learning. Beyond political differences or coincidences: “Long live Venezuela!”.