"I tell you, Chilean, Chilean, that you are also a victim of a permanent campaign against the Bolivarian revolution, you have experienced the right-wing dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, which has left a number of very negative factors for the development of relations between our nations, let's defeat so many manipulative campaigns," he said in the film on Twitter .
In the material, Maduro says he remembered Chilean Pablo Neruda and Víctor Jara after the return of over 100 Venezuelans from this country through the government's plan to "return home" – which began in the midst of the Venezuelan migration crisis – and points to the Chileans that Venezuela is a country with "open" door. "
"Venezuela is a country that goes far beyond psychological campaigns, dirty campaigns against our country, Venezuela is an open country, and these open doors are for people of Latin America, for Chile," he continues.
The president therefore encourages to extend this at least "to the people" and asks to join the "spiritual forces of Chile" and Venezuela.
This week, Chilean Foreign Minister Roberto Ampuero said his country's government would be chartering a FACh plane to take Chileans from Chile who were living in Venezuela and asked them to return to the "complex humanitarian crisis" in the Caribbean.
This return of citizens of Chile staying in Venezuela will materialize, according to the minister of foreign affairs, in the second half of November.
According to the data provided by the Chancellery of Chile, 75 Chileans have so far received help, and now there are over 200 of them to return to the southern country.
The United Nations Agency for Refugees (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) have indicated that the number of Venezuelan refugees and immigrants in the world has reached three million.
Of these three million, more than 100,000 are in Chile.