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Bishops agree common commitment lines. The Bishops also warn that the growth of immigrants is generating insecurity, distrust and, in some cases, xenophobia by some inhabitants, "many have forgotten that in the past Venezuela welcomed hundreds of Colombians who were looking for a better future there".
The Bishops express the need to pay special attention to children and young people, "who roam the streets, do not go to school, and are at risk of prostitution, drug addiction, alcoholism, exploitation, breaking up of the family". We need to overcome xenophobia, "so that we are all able to recognize ourselves as brothers, worthy of respect and solidarity".
Then, highlighting that it is government agencies that should take on these tasks, the Bishops say: Finally, they ask ecclesiastical circumscriptions and public and private bodies to contribute positively to the integral promotion of the most vulnerable population. They thank Caritas Internationalis and the National Social Pastoral for their support and solidarity, urging them to "continue to give their fraternal help".
According to official data, about thousand Venezuelans arrived in Colombia in February to settle, not counting those who go to Chile, Peru or Ecuador, or "daily" migrants who try to satisfy their needs still in February about 45 thousand per day or the Colombians who return after having emigrated.
Meanwhile, the domestic situation in Venezuela worsens and the number of people forced to leave the country is expected to increase. Information service of the Pontifical Mission Societies since