MIL OSI Translation. Region: Spanish / Latin America / UN –
Source: Republic of Colombia
Photo: OP Chancery.
Arauca (Sep. 12/18). The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carlos Holmes Trujillo, arrived Wednesday in the capital of Arauca to analyze the impact generated by the migration of Venezuelans in the department and make presence of the National Government in frontier sectors.
The Chancellor leads a working table with the participation of the Governor and the mayors of Arauca, Arauquita, Fortul, Saravena, Cravo Norte, Puerto Rondón and Tame, as well as other local authorities.
Before starting the meeting held a meeting with families of Venezuelans, who explained their situation in health issues, access to services and education.
This visit to Arauca is part of the national strategy, led by President Iván Duque Márquez, to act in response to the migratory crisis of Venezuelans.
The National Government is developing a strategy that includes actions at the multilateral, regional and national levels, hence the importance of the work agenda of the Chancellor in Arauca, which seeks to advance the development of new sectoral measures in priority areas such as education , health, labor inclusion, protection of minors and safety aspects.
The delegation that accompanies the Chancellor is integrated by the Director for Development and Border Integration, Víctor Bautista; the Director of Sovereignty, Ricardo Montenegro; the Director of Migration Colombia, Christian Krüger; the Director of Ungrd, Eduardo González; the High Councilor for Human Rights and International Affairs, Francisco Barbosa; the manager of the border with Venezuela, Felipe Muñoz, and the Consul of Colombia in El Amparo, Germán Arévalo.
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