Plan Vuelta a la Patria reunites 202 Venezuelans returning from Chile with their families
On Friday morning, a Venezuelan Conviasa flight landed with 202 nationals returning from the Republic of Chile as part of the massive repatriation Plan Vuelta a la Patria, kept active by the Bolivarian Government amid the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic and the US blockade.
“We lovingly welcome these 202 Venezuelans who returned home from Chile thanks to the Plan Vuelta a la Patria. It is time for us to continue building the country we dream of. It is time for reunion. Welcome!” wrote the Foreign Vice-minister for Latina America, Rander Peña, on his Twitter account.
With these new group, a total of 2,277 Venezuelans has returned from Chile since 2018 as they were stranded due to the suspension of flights amid the pandemic and were facing a situation of vulnerability in a country ruled by a neoliberal government.
At the Simón Bolívar International Airport, these Venezuelans followed the biosanitary protocol required to rule out COVID-19 cases as part of the cordon sanitaire implemented to stop the propagation of novel coronavirus.
A total of 23,497 nationals have returned from countries such as Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Spain and Italy, among others, making Plan Vuelta a la Patria the most far-reaching humanitarian repatriation airlift in history.
Temas: Vuelta a la Patria Inglés.