Plan Vuelta a la Patria reaches the successful figure of 10,000 repatriated nationals
This Tuesday, 100 nationals boarded the 13th flight of the Plan Vuelta a la Patria that took off from the Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima, Peru.
With this flight, the number 32 in overall, Venezuela breaks record, there are 10.000 nationals who have been repatriated voluntarily since the implementation of the Plan Vuelta a la Patria
Among the sons and daughters of Bolívar who return to their homeland today, there are 24 men, 45 women and 31 children and adolescents aged between 0 and 17 years.
Also, on this occasion, 35 health cases were prioritized, including 11 pregnant women and a woman with breast cancer.
Meanwhile, Miriam Osorio, 47, said that “I came to Peru thinking I was going to have job opportunities and it was not like that. I return to Venezuela, because like my country there is none”.
Also, Kristen Rivero a 21 year old girl was the last connational to get off Conviasa’s aircraft with her three year old son Mathias Aleman.
“I want to highlight the attention, the treatment we receive. They took care of our health. To my compatriots who still do not dare to enroll in the Plan, I tell them not to believe in rumors, because here they do not break the passports, in fact here I have my passport and my baby’s. It is also a lie that they make you pay the military service”, said Kristen Rivero.
Through his Twitter account, @jaarreaza, Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza said that the Bolivarian Government has managed to return voluntarily to a total of 10,000 compatriots willing to fight for the country.
Gracias al humanismo del Presidente @NicolasMaduro y de la Revolución Bolivariana, el Plan Vuelta a la Patria ya ha logrado traer a casa a más de 10 mil compatriotas que vuelven para luchar y trabajar por nuestra amada Venezuela. #10milPlanVueltaALaPatria pic.twitter.com/4MJPryG2Ck
— Jorge Arreaza M (@jaarreaza) November 28, 2018
On balance, the Plan Vuelta a la Patria has returned 1,302 nationals from Peru, 1,111 from Ecuador, 171 nationals repatriated from Argentina, 186 from the Dominican Republic, 6,663 from Brazil, 475 repatriated from Colombia, 91 repatriated from Chile and a returnee from Panama.
Photos: Oriana Manrique