The ambassador in Argentina, Elisa Trotta Gamus, said that Venezuela’s diplomatic headquarters in that country has managed to help more than 1,000 vulnerable Venezuelan families in Argentina.
Trotta said this Thursday that thanks to the organization “Baires de Libertad” and the Venezuelan embassy in Argentina, a new day of “Solidarity Delivery” was held where 57 Venezuelan families were supported from the Caacupé Parish.
“We were able to send 94 more grants to different municipalities in the Province of Buenos Aires,” she said.
The diplomat thanked the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Red Cross for their contribution and help to Venezuelan families who are in a state of vulnerability due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We know that there are many who need a hand, so we will continue to seek ways to continue providing this support to our fellow countrymen who need it most. Thanks to all the volunteers who have made all this possible. Where there is a Venezuelan, is Venezuela,” she said.
Hoy desde la Parroquia Caacupé, junto al equipo de la @EmbajadaVE_AR con el apoyo constante de "Baires de Libertad", realizamos otra jornada de #EntregaSolidaria a 57 familias venezolanas en CABA, y pudimos enviar 94 más para diferentes municipios de la Provincia de Buenos Aires. pic.twitter.com/dsRnZ8C0Fu
— Elisa Trotta Gamus (@EliTrotta) June 25, 2020