Plan Vuelta a la Patria continues in 2019 with the repatriation of 49 Venezuelans from Colombia
The government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela headed by president Nicolás Maduro Moros, continues to carry out the repatriation of Venezuelans, being more than 12,000 citizens who returned to the country through the Plan Vuelta a la Patria so far.
On this occasion, a total of 49 Venezuelans, including 21 of the Yukpa ethnic group, were repatriated from the Republic of Colombia, after their fundamental rights were violated, they returned to their country through the border with Colombia on Friday afternoon, specifically by the Simón Bolívar bridge that connects the Táchira state of Venezuela, with the desire to reconnect with their families.
With these days of land and air repatriation the Bolivarian Government consolidates another achievement for the Revolution by uniting thousands of Venezuelan families, who after a voracious and intense international media campaign that seeks to discredit Venezuela, decided to leave to other latitudes.
To date, the Plan Vuelta a la Patria has repatriated more than 12,000 people through more than 40 air flights and land transfers from Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Argentina, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Chile and Panama.