The Ambassador in Argentina, Elisa Trotta Gamus, informed that the diplomatic office continues to help Venezuelans who are in a state of vulnerability in the South American country.
On Wednesday, the embassy held another Solidarity Day and donated shelter kits to 48 Venezuelan families in a state of vulnerability in Argentina.
Trotta explained that the donation was made in conjunction with the Immaculate Conception Parish. She also thanked Father Sebastian Risso, Rabbi Jonas Shalom and the Bet Hilel Community, for participating in the activity in favor of Venezuelan migrants.
The diplomat said that during all the days of the Solidarity Delivery program, the embassy works hand in hand with volunteers, Venezuelan organizations in Argentina, churches and businesses.
“We continue to work constantly for our brothers and sisters who need it so much,” she said.
The Venezuelan Embassy in Argentina has delivered food and shelter kits to more than 900 Venezuelan migrant families in several cities of the South American country.
The diplomatic office has the collaboration of several non-governmental organizations and volunteers who have intensified their help since the Covid-19 pandemic forced many Venezuelans in Argentina to stop working.
En conjunto con la Parroquia Inmaculada Concepción entregamos kits de abrigos para 48 familias venezolanas. Agradecemos al Padre Sebastián Risso por la generosidad de recibir siempre con tanto amor a nuestra comunidad, así como al Rabino Jonás Shalom y a la Comunidad Bet Hilel. pic.twitter.com/DxPU5YoeZt
— Elisa Trotta Gamus (@EliTrotta) August 12, 2020