The Venezuelan government on Friday introduced the reopening of its borders with Brazil and Aruba, but it’ll maintain the borders close with Colombia, Bonaire and Curacao.
Maritime and air communications with Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire have been closed on Feb. 20, and the border with Brazil become closed a day later.
Venezuela’s financial adviser VP Tareck El Aissami stated the move ought to “restore all of the economic, political, social and cultural lifestyles, and the alternate that takes region on our border,” referring the border with Brazil.
El Aissami precise that it is the sole authority of Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire, a part of the of the Netherlands, that changed into dedicated to the “understand, group spirit and mutual art work” in bilateral members of the family.
He stated that President Nicolas Maduro told his government group to “provoke paintings commissions to gradually reestablish communications and change with Aruba,” an island placed off Venezuela’s Caribbean coast.
“The government of the island of Aruba, especially the top minister Evelyn Wever-Croes were emphatic within the non-intervention in Venezuela’s home subjects,” said El Aissami.