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"There is no agreement signed with the US to receive deported Venezuelans"

"There is no agreement signed with the US to receive deported Venezuelans"

Faced with the version spread in some media outlets of the possible arrival of nearly 6,000 Venezuelan migrants deported from the United States to Colombia, in an interview with 6AM of Caracol Radio, Vice President Martha Lucia Ramirez, confirmed that This information is not true because there is no signed agreement between the Government and the North American country for the arrival of these Venezuelans in the country.

The Foreign Minister stated that The United States raised the possibility that Colombia receive Colombians who were in that country illegally, as well as the Venezuelans who were accepted by the Statute, but it is a case that is under discussion and It has not received any kind of approval from the National Government.

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FAO report on food security

Faced with the errors of the FAO in the report on food security in which Colombia is placed as a country with serious risks in this factor, the vice president said that it is very wrong to place the country in the worst in terms of food, because despite the fact that poverty has increased, the Government has reacted promptly with the implementation of programs that today cover more than 10 million families.

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