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Paraguayan tourists denounce “humiliating differential treatment” to enter Uruguay

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This weekend ABC Color, one of Paraguay's leading newspapers, published the complaint of a Paraguayan citizen who claims that his family was "humiliated" when entering Uruguay through Paysandú. Alessandro Molfessi, whose children traveled from Paraguay by land, assures that his was not an isolated case and that other Paraguayans experienced similar situations.

According to the aforementioned newspaper, several Paraguayan citizens indicated that, despite having all the documentation required by the Covid-19 protocol, "all the occupants of vehicles with Paraguayan plates were stopped and searched as if they were looking for smuggling or drugs. In . . .

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