Trinidad and Tobago Deported 160 Venezuelans as Agreed with Maduro Regime

The decision comes after the deportation on November 22nd of 26 migrants, including 16 minors, one of whom is only four months old.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Trinidad and Tobago authorities announced on Saturday, November 28th, the deportation of 160 Venezuelans whom they accused of having "illegally" entered the Caribbean country, a few days after a controversial repatriation by sea that included 16 minors.

"The Ministry of National Security would like to announce that the deportation of 160 Venezuelan citizens, who entered Trinidad and Tobago illegally, has been conducted today in cooperation with the Venezuelan authorities," said a statement.

The decision comes after the deportation last November 22nd of 26 Venezuelan migrants, among them 16 minors, who were later returned to Trinidad and . . .

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