The South Korean government announced at an international conference that it will provide humanitarian aid worth $4 million for migrants and refugees in Venezuela this year.
Ambassador of the European Union (EU) to Belgium Yoon Seung-gu attended the “High-Level International Conference on Solidarity with Venezuelan Migrants and Refugees and Host Countries and Local Communities” held in Brussels, Belgium on March 16th and 17th (local time). South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on September.
The ambassador urged international solidarity to address the situation in Venezuela, which, along with Ukraine, Syria and others, is facing one of the largest migrant crises in history.
The number of immigrants and refugees in Venezuela exceeds 7 million, and vulnerabilities such as unstable legal status and the hardship of living due to rising prices are increasing.
Since 2018, the South Korean government has continued to provide humanitarian assistance to neighboring countries such as Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.
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Published : 2023/03/21 09:54 KST
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