Venezuela identified as Johnny Jesus recorded the video at the exact moment he was crossing a section of river. It separates the border between Mexico and the United States. The post was shared through his Instagram and TikTok accounts.
“We’re done, it’s done, it’s done, This madness is over, 35 days oh my god! Now,ating, it here, he cried, hugging his wife and holding his two children, a boy and a girl, about 4 and 5 years old, by their arms.
The Venezuelan family hails from Santa Ana de Coro in the state of Falconand crossed the dangerous Darien Forest before reaching American soil.
“Tears of joy my people. God only knows what lived and what happened on that long road; We are survivors of Darienthe person wrote in the post’s title.
In the first 7 months of this year, 71,012 migrants crossed the dangerous border Darien Forest, 44,943 of them are from Venezuela. That means 63.28% passed, according to statistics from Panama’s National Immigration Service.
Through his social networks, Joni shared part of the tour that began in early August, and he did it with other Venezuelans, including many children.
One of the posts shows how difficult it is to walk through the swamps in this area, located between Colombia and Panama.
Joni traveled from Venezuela to Colombia, crossing the Darien Forest and crossing several Central American countries, reaching the city of San Pedro in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, where he obtained immigration permits that enabled him to cross the northern border. Country..