The Venezuelan ambassador in Colombia, Tomás Guanipa, invited the Venezuelan medical and nursing staff living in that country to register with the Consulate to support the health authorities in Colombia in the fight against coronavirus.
Guanipa reported that through the website of the embassy in Colombia, doctors can register so that the staff of the diplomatic headquarters can put them at the service of the country.
“To all Venezuelan doctors and nurses living in Colombia, we would like to invite you to register in the Single Consular Registry through our website. This is to put you at the service of the Colombian health authorities in such a difficult moment that we are living through Covid-19,” said the diplomat in a video shared on his Twitter account.
The web service of the Unique Consular Registry has formed a database of Venezuelan migrants and refugees in Colombia to, among other things, collaborate in their insertion in the labor market.
The Consulate requests data on location, profession and migratory status from Venezuelans in Colombia and facilitates the processing of visas and temporary residence permits.
A todo el personal médico y de enfermería venezolano que se encuentra en Colombia,los invitamos a censarse en el Registro Único Consular a través de https://t.co/0B6s4fu7eK . En tiempos de pandemia queremos organizarnos para ponerlos a la orden de Colombia. #ColombiaNosNecesita pic.twitter.com/bqTdC1KuU2
— Tomás Guanipa (@TomasGuanipa) July 31, 2020