The President of the Republic, Juan Guaidó, recalled this Sunday that the crisis that Venezuela is experiencing has unleashed a migration crisis.
“Five million Venezuelans have fled the humanitarian emergency caused by the dictatorship,” he said through his personal Twitter account.
Likewise, Guaidó reiterated that although Venezuelans leave their land in search of the quality of life that Nicolás Maduro’s regime took away from them, they maintain the hope of coming back to build again a better country.
“Behind every face is the testimony of a crisis, but also of a struggle, of the hope of moving forward and returning home. Anyway, we will put an end to this tragedy,” he ended.
The president gave this message after a publication by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in which he showed some Venezuelans who have arrived in Cúcuta, Colombia, and who have been assisted by this agency to counteract the suffering they went through in Venezuela.