Venezuelan Government returns stranded compatriots in the DR due the measures before Covid-19
This Wednesday, a group of 100 Venezuelans will return to the country from the Dominican Republic, as part of the Plan Vuelta a la Patria, promoted by the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro.
Due to the serious pandemic that affects humanity, through the advance of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) and due to flight restrictions and closings of international borders and airspaces caused by the spread of the Coronavirus, a large number of compatriots were stranded in some countries of the world.
In this sense, the Bolivarian Government, despite the serious economic and financial blockade, to which the Venezuelan people are subjected by the administration of the United States government, has had the necessary resources to carry out special humanitarian flights to return to Venezuelans to the homeland.
Last Monday, 23, the national president turned instructions to Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza, in order to carry out the necessary coordination, transfer the nationals from the United States and the Dominican Republic, who are in a transit situation in the respective countries.
In coordination with the Dominican government authorities, the head of mission of the Venezuelan embassy, and the Venezuelan airline Conviasa, held an organizational meeting at the diplomatic mission, in order to guide and register Venezuelan citizens who are on Dominican soil due to the suspension of air traffic and the closure of borders to be transferred on Wednesday 25, at 2:30 p.m, from the airport of the Americas, to Venezuelan soil.
Temas: Vuelta a la Patria Inglés.