Plan Vuelta a la Patria continues its deployment in 2019
The Plan Vuelta a la Patria will continue its deployment in 2019 with the repatriation of hundreds of Venezuelans who emigrated to Latin American countries, according to the president of the Conviasa airline, Ramón Velásquez Araguayán.
From the Maiquetía Simón Bolívar International Airport, where the logistical deployment is carried out for the repatriation of 600 nationals who will arrive this Saturday to Venezuela from Peru, Velásquez Araguayán, indicated that according to the guidelines issued by the People’s Power Ministry for Foreign Relations, it is planned, for January 19 and 26, to carry out simultaneously the return of Venezuelans through six air flights.
These flights of the Conviasa airline will depart from Venezuela to Ecuador, Peru, the Dominican Republic and Argentina, in order to keep complying with the air and land bridge carried out by the Venezuelan State since last August, when it was activated by the President Nicolás Maduro who has also denounced the media campaign imposed by the international right-wing to discredit the Caribbean nation.
“This is a humanist plan led by President Nicolás Maduro, and all the staff of Conviasa feel useful to the Homeland when, in this humanistic action, we use equipment from our airline to serve our fellow citizens”, said the president of Conviasa.
The official stressed that for this Saturday, when 600 Venezuelans will return to the country, it is expected that the first flight which departed from Venezuela at 9:00am will arrive at 3:40pm from Ecuador, closing the day around 9:00pm with the last flight that will arrive from Peru.