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Анджелина Джоли посетила лагерь беженцев
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На границе между Колумбией и Венесуэлой, Анджелина Джоли посетила лагерь беженцев

Специальным послом доброй воли ООН Анджелина Джоли была назначена в 2012 году. С тех пор актриса регулярно проводит встречи с беженцами и официальными лицами. И последние два дня Джоли провела в Венесуэле, где встретилась с мигрантами, а также президентом Колумбии Иваном Дуке.

Анджелина Джоли посетила лагерь беженцев
MAICAO, COLOMBIA — JUNE 08: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR) Special Envoy Angelina Jolie greets refugees during her visit to a refugee camp in the border between Colombia and Venezuela on June 8, 2019 in Maicao, Colombia. UN and International Organization for Migration (IOM) announced yesterday that 4 million of Venezuelans have left their country since 2015 due to the social, political and economic crisis, which means they are of the single largest population groups displaced from their country globally. The camp in Maicao has 60 tents which can accommodate up to 350 people. Due to high demand, UNHCR is considering an expansion to give shelter to 1,400 people. Colombia it the top host of Venezuelan migrants and refugees, accounting 1.3 million. (Photo by Guillermo Legaria/Getty Images)

В рамках своего визита в Венесуэлу знаменитость посетила лагерь для беженцев в городе Риохаче, который находится на границе между Колумбией и Венесуэлой, где оценила обстановку и переговорила с обитателями лагеря.

Анджелина Джоли посетила лагерь беженцев
MAICAO, COLOMBIA — JUNE 08: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR) Special Envoy Angelina Jolie greets refugees during her visit to a refugee camp in the border between Colombia and Venezuela on June 8, 2019 in Maicao, Colombia. UN and International Organization for Migration (IOM) announced yesterday that 4 million of Venezuelans have left their country since 2015 due to the social, political and economic crisis, which means they are of the single largest population groups displaced from their country globally. The camp in Maicao has 60 tents which can accommodate up to 350 people. Due to high demand, UNHCR is considering an expansion to give shelter to 1,400 people. Colombia it the top host of Venezuelan migrants and refugees, accounting 1.3 million. (Photo by Guillermo Legaria/Getty Images)

На встрече же с Иваном Дуке актриса напомнила своему собеседнику, что из-за разрыва дипломатических отношений между Венесуэлой с Колумбией «более 20 000 детей остались без гражданства» и призвала лидера Колумбии помочь в разрешении данной ситуации.

Анджелина Джоли посетила лагерь беженцев
MAICAO, COLOMBIA — JUNE 08: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR) Special Envoy Angelina Jolie delivers a speech during a press conference after visiting a refugee camp in the border between Colombia and Venezuela on June 8, 2019 in Maicao, Colombia. UN and International Organization for Migration (IOM) announced yesterday that 4 million of Venezuelans have left their country since 2015 due to the social, political and economic crisis, which means they are of the single largest population groups displaced from their country globally. The camp in Maicao has 60 tents which can accommodate up to 350 people. Due to high demand, UNHCR is considering an expansion to give shelter to 1,400 people. Colombia it the top host of Venezuelan migrants and refugees, accounting 1.3 million. (Photo by Guillermo Legaria/Getty Images)

Мы согласились с необходимостью того, чтобы международное сообщество оказало поддержку Колумбии, Перу и Эквадору, которые несут на себе основную тяжесть этого кризиса,

— сообщила Джоли во время пресс-конференции, которая состоялась после ее встречи с Дуке.

Анджелина Джоли посетила лагерь беженцев
RIOHACHA, COLOMBIA — JUNE 07: In this handout image provided by United Nations High Commission for Refugees, UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie speaks with children in Riohacha, Colombia, on June 7, 2019. Jolie visited the children, who had fled Venezuela, in Brisas del Norte, an informal settlement inhabited by Colombian refugees who have returned to their country as well as Venezuelans escaping a political and economic crisis back home. Over 4 million Venezuelans are now living in exile, with Colombia taking in the greatest share, even as it seeks to implement a peace deal ending five decades of conflict inside its own borders. (Photo by Andrew McConnell / UNHCR via Getty Images)

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