This Tuesday the Embassy of Venezuela in Peru, together with the leader of the Venezuelan opposition, Leopoldo López and his wife Lilian Tintori, visited the ‘Albergue Sin Frontera’, located in the district of San Juan de Lurigancho in Lima where there are currently 63 families who have arrived in Peru in search of a better quality of life.
In this meeting with the migrants the Ambassador commented that “Leopoldo López’s visit means a lot to Venezuelans, because it is a symbol of resistance to a regime that has only brought disgrace to all Venezuelans inside and outside Venezuela.”
“Venezuelans are currently the largest forced migration on the world after Syria, and all is the product of the humanitarian crisis in which we have been plunged by a political project that sank and ended up Venezuela, making it the poorest country in Latin America,” Scull said.
During this meeting with Venezuelans, Leopoldo López listened to the testimony of our compatriots who came to Peru to have a new hope of life, he also said that “we are grateful to Peru for having reached out to our brothers, as well as to René Cobeñas because thanks to him thousands, more than 7 thousand people, have been able to have a place upon arrival in the country.”
From the Embassy we continue working for our compatriots who need to carry out basic documentary procedures in Peru essential for migration processes. We make available the email [email protected] and the official WhatsApp of the Venezuelan Service Center 956 238 048.