Venezuelan immigrants: state colleges no foreign commitment

The director of borders in the national government, Lucas Gomez, pointed out this More commitment from the international community is needed to manage the Venezuelan immigration crisis in the regionReferring to the statement made by Vice President and Chancellor Marta Lucia Ramirez of the Organization of American States (OAS), regarding the difficulty of continuing to serve foreigners.

in conversation with Radio RCNThe official saidIt is necessary to fund more support programs for Venezuelan immigrants. When one makes a comparison between what the Syrian immigrant receives from the cooperation resources, versus what the Venezuelan immigrant receives, we are talking about an 8-to-1 ratio.”

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He also said that in 2022 Colombia expects to receive nearly $900 million for cooperation through international organizations, To address the migration crisis in Venezuela.

“We are making an important effort including boys and girls, because In this country there can be no boy or girl outside our education system, regardless of their nationality.”

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