Children among 40 Venezuelan migrants intercepted at Moruca – Guyana Times
A boat carrying 40 Venezuelan migrants, including women and children, was intercepted on Wednesday in the Moruca Subdivision of Region One (Barima-Waini) by Police ranks stationed at the Kumaka Waterfront in Moruca.
On November 2, a total of 19 Venezuelans in two boats – eight in one boat and 11 in the other, with only one female among them – were intercepted in the same area, Moruca. Most of the migrants were between the ages of 25 and 30 years, and none of them had any proper documentation.
The officers were then informed that, based on intelligence received, there were two vessels transporting Venezuelans.
A few days prior, another set of Venezuelan migrants arrived in Essequibo in three buses, and made a stop in Anna Regina, where they disembarked and were reportedly processed by Police.
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