The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, condemned the decision of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago to deport 16 Venezuelan minors from its territory.
“During the last few weeks we have seen repeated actions against Venezuelan refugees in Trinidad and Tobago. In the most recent event 16 Venezuelan children were deported and separated from their parents.” said President (e) Guaidó in a message posted on Twitter.
Given this, the Venezuelan head of state indicated that in the next ordinary session of the National Assembly he will open an investigation in this regard, since the lives of these Venezuelans are in danger.
“Our people today do not migrate voluntarily, they are refugees from a dictatorship that commits crimes against humanity and generated a humanitarian emergency.” he ended.
Por eso, ordenaremos a la AN abrir una investigación al respecto, ya que la vida de estos venezolanos corre peligro.
Nuestra gente hoy no migra voluntariamente, son refugiados de una dictadura que comete delitos de lesa humanidad y generó una emergencia humanitaria.
— Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) November 23, 2020