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CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH

Peru's Humala welcomes Chávez's return to Caracas

The Peruvian president expects his Venezuelan counterpart to "resume Government" soon

EL UNIVERSAL
Tuesday February 19, 2013  05:40 PM
President of Peru Ollanta Humala welcomed the return of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez and hoped that he "can resume Government" soon.

Humala told official news agency Andina that he expects that Chávez will recover fully in his country.

"We welcome the fact that President Chávez has returned to Venezuela," said Humala.

The Government of Venezuela on Tuesday kept silence on the health of Chávez, 24 hours after his return, while domestic and foreign media waited outside the hospital where he was admitted on Monday, awaiting developments, Efe reported.
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