Brazilian Army Intends to Abandon Operation Sheltering Venezuelans

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Ministry of Defense is discussing with the Jair Bolsonaro administration ways to pull the Armed Forces from Operation Acolhida, designed to host and serve Venezuelans.

Considered a model by the United Nations, the operation is about to complete three years and has undergone dynamic changes as a result of the reduced flow of immigrants triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic. Some advocate that it be proposed as a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize.

General officers from the Ministry of Defense and the Armed Forces have already internally voiced their desire to leave the operation . . .

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