They demand guarantees for Venezuelans stranded between Peru and Chile | News
The Venezuelan government demanded on Saturday the Peruvian and Chilean authorities, full guarantees and respect for the human rights of their compatriots who are stranded in the border area between Peru and Chile.
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Venezuelan Foreign Minister Yván Gil indicated that he has established contacts with the foreign ministries of both countries to allow Venezuelan migrants to be repatriated safely through the Plan Vuelta a la Patria.
Yván Gil announced that the Venezuelan government requested the necessary guarantees from Lima and Santiago so that Conviasa airline planes can land and take off in the Tacna area, as well as supply fuel to the aircraft.
1/2 Regarding the situation of Venezuelan migrants blocked on the border between Chile and Peru, we have been in contact with both foreign ministries and requested full guarantees and respect for the human rights of our compatriots.
— Yvan Gil (@yvangil)
April 29, 2023
According to international agencies, the majority of migrants who are stranded in the Peruvian region of Tacna, which borders Chile, ask to be allowed to cross to return to Venezuela.
Despite the extremely vulnerable situation in which around 300 detained migrants find themselves in the city of Tacna, the Peruvian authorities have not offered humanitarian aid, alleging that they do not have the "pertinent" documents.
The group of migrants are in a state of uncertainty because they are not allowed to advance through Peruvian territory and the Chilean authorities do not allow them to re-enter the country.
According to UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, the migrants blocked at the border between Peru and Chile are Venezuelans, Colombians and Haitians.
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