Peru is one of more than 50 countries that have recognised the opposition leader Juan Guaidó as Venezuela's legitimate president.
the 300,000 people who have fled into the country since 31 October last year, a temporary residence permit and identity card, which is valid for one year. Those who came earlier have already received such.
" these people have no choice, they flee to find a way to survive, Roxana del Águila to the AFP news agency.
inhabitants fled Venezuela since 2015. Of these, 1.1 million had made it to Colombia, 730.000 to Peru, 288.000, to Chile, 221.000 to Ecuador, the 130,000 to Argentina and 96.000 to Brazil.
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