Quito, Jul 11 (Prensa Latina) Ninety Venezuelans returned home on Wednesday from this capital, as part of the Return to Homeland program, implemented by the Government of President Nicolas Maduro.
The returnees traveled by bus from the port city of Guayaquil to the Mariscal Sucre International Airport.
They took the 33rd Return to Homeland flight, as part of the humanitarian program established in September 2018.
On this occasion, 71 percent of passengers were adults, 22 percent were children and 5 percent were minors under two years of age.
As on previous flights, officials from the Venezuelan Embassy in Ecuador were present at the airport to guarantee all procedures for the departure of the aircraft.
According to statistics, more than 14,790 Venezuelans, including 7,145 from Brazil, 2,921 from Peru, 764 from Colombia, 276 from the Dominican Republic, 434 from Argentina and 272 from Chile, have returned home.
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