The Commissioner of the OAS General Secretariat for the crisis of Venezuelan migrants and refugees, David Smolansky, began the working sessions in Chile to continue articulating policies to assist the 400,000 Venezuelans who have arrived in that country fleeing Maduro’s tyranny.
Smolansky began his tour on Sunday in one of the shelters for Venezuelans and continued on Monday with a working session at the Calasanz Cultural Center, which was attended by the ambassador to Chile, Guarequena Gutiérrez.
During these activities, the aim is to collect testimonies from Venezuelan migrants in order to make this information available to international institutions and thus make the migration crisis visible.
Smolansky informed that on Wednesday he will go to Bolivia to continue the visit to the migrants.
“We continue to serve by vocation and conviction,” he said through social networks.