The Ambassador in Peru, Carlos Scull, continues to support through the plan “Solidarity Food”, Venezuelan migrant families vulnerable to the COVID-19 pandemic in different provinces of the country.
“We were in Rimac (District) supporting families under high vulnerability according to the census of the Embassy in Peru, we were also last week in Cercado de Lima, Los Olivos and Independencia,” he reported.
The diplomat assured that he recognizes the difficulties that Venezuelan migrants are going through in Peru however, he reiterated his commitment to continue supporting them.
On the other hand, Scull announced that the diplomatic office is working on a program that will allow Venezuelans to reinsert themselves in the labor market, as well as to resume consular procedures in July.
The Venezuelan delegation has benefited more than 11818 families with the “Solidarity Food” plan, through the delivery of food boxes and vouchers for supermarkets, supported not only by the Government of Peru but also by private companies, non-profit organizations and volunteers.
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Ayer estuvimos en Rimac apoyando a familias venezolanas en alta vulnerabilidad según el censo de la @embajadave_pe , también estuvimos la semana pasada en Cercado de Lima, Los Olivos, e Independencia. Sabemos que siguen siendo muchas la dificultades para los venezolanos y estamos trabajando el programas que los ayuden a reinsertarse en el mercado laboral así como resumir los trámites consulares este mes de Julio informaremos más adelante sobre esto. Seguimos🇻🇪🇻🇪 #venezolanosenperu