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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.

Venezuela denounces media campaign to justify international intervention

On the eve of the 73rd session of the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN), which will open on September 18, the Executive Vice President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, denounced on Monday the media campaign that seeks to justify an international intervention against the South American country, under the pretext of “humanitarian crisis”.

Venezuela rejects xenophobia as a policy against migrants

During the meeting of the Latin American and Caribbean Group (Grulac), the ambassador to the UN in Geneva Switzerland, Jorge Valero, questioned the sudden interest of several speakers in the international concert on the immigration situation in Venezuela, just to obey a political lobby against the Bolivarian nation.

Ambassador Moncada denounces threats against President Maduro and warmongering plans among Latin Americans

Monday, the permanent representative of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the United Nations, Samuel Moncada, reported in an exclusive interview with Telesur, threats against the physical integrity of President Nicolas Maduro and the warmongers US plans to pretend create a fictitious war in the region by manipulating their governments.

Bolivarian Diplomacy analyzes scenario of intervention in Venezuela and situation of migrants

An in-depth analysis of the international media campaign against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the twisted situation of Venezuelan migrants was made on Monday in the Bolivarian Diplomacy program, led by the Vice Minister of International Communication of the Ministry of Popular Power for Foreign Affairs, William Castillo, through the National Radio of Venezuela signal and the social networks of the Foreign Ministry.

Social movements and left parties in Indonesia express their support for the Venezuelan people

As part of the tour of the Asian continent held by the viceminister for Asia, the Middle East and Oceania of the Ministry of Popular Power for Foreign Affairs, Rubén Darío Molina, a meeting was held with social movements, leftist parties, student fronts and Indonesian community media, which support the people and the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

Venezuela denounces before the UNHCR the international campaign that seeks to justify an intervention

The Executive Vice President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, and the Minister of Popular Power for Foreign Affairs, Jorge Arreaza, held a meeting on Friday with the new representative of the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) ), Matthew Crentsil, during which the negative international matrix on Venezuelan migrants was proven.

Speaking to the press at the end of the meeting – which was also attended by the coordinator of the United Nations system in Caracas, Peter Grohmann, and the Deputy Minister for Multilateral Issues, Felix Plasencia – the Venezuelan Vice President denounced a “perverse” plan orchestrated from the United States to attack the South American country and justify an intervention.

She emphasized, in this context, that the Bolivarian Republic continues to occupy the second place in South America in terms of reception of migrants and at the same time constitutes the second country with the lowest flow of migrants in the region, according to the numbers from the International Organization for Migration.

“Colombia leads by far the number of internally displaced persons in the world (…) and is the country with the largest number of migrants in South America,” said the official, referring to the more than five million Colombians living in Venezuela.

After contrasting the migratory flow between Caracas and Bogotá, Vice President Rodríguez also denounced the construction of an international matrix that seeks to justify the intervention of Venezuela, under the pretext of “humanitarian crisis”.

“What there is against Venezuela is a great operation that responds to the policy of the Pentagon of the United States of America (…) There is no such situation of humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and we will not tire of saying and denouncing it. Venezuelans are in charge of Venezuela” she added, dismissing the international campaign on Venezuelan migrants.

Consequences of the coercive measures imposed by Washington

In her statements to the media, the Vice President of Venezuela also cited the consequences of the unilateral coercive measures imposed by the United States Government against the oil country.

“They promote hyperinflation and shortages to affect our people through economic war,” he specified.

In this regard, she stressed that this issue should be addressed by both, the Secretary General of the United Nations and the multilateral system of the UN.

The Venezuelan side also denounced in the meeting the harassment to which Venezuelan migrants have been subjected in countries of the region, whose numbers she urged to sincere, in addition to the pressures to declare themselves as refugees before the UNHCR.

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