The Venezuelan Embassy in Argentina, together with the Caacupé Parish and the organization BAires de Libertad delivered this Sunday more than 200 toys and kits to the children living in the Metropolitan area of Buenos Aires on the occasion of the Children’s Day celebrated in Argentina last weekend.
Ambassador Elisa Trotta mentioned that this activity was possible thanks to the work done together with Caacupé Parish and the Venezuelan organization, BAires de Libertad.
Likewise, the diplomat explained that children have been the most affected by the crisis generated by the pandemic and, on this special occasion, she wanted to brighten up the weekend with this activity.
“Without a doubt, they are and always will be the main reason why we work every day to bring Venezuelan families back together,” she said.
Embassy in Argentina, together with Caacupé Parish and the organization BAires de Libertad, delivered more than 200 toys and kits to children in the Metropolitan area of Buenos Aires.
This event is part of the “Solidarity Delivery” activities that the Embassy in Argentina has carried out since the beginning of the quarantine in that country, which has benefited more than 2,000 fellow countrymen residing in Argentina with food and shelter kits, and today the toy kits for the children of the house have been added.
Argentina has been one of the countries that has received more Venezuelans after they escaped from the humanitarian crisis promoted by Nicolás Maduro’s regime. The legitimate government of President Juan Guaidó delegated Trotta to be the support of all Venezuelans in the South American country.