Sergio Vega made a worrying announcement and says that his wife with cancer has no medical care in the US.

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Sergio Vega, a Colombian who has been living in the United States for a few months, continues to ask for help so that the parents of his wife, Paula Durán, who was diagnosed with head cancer, can travel to see her as soon as possible.

Through his personal Instagram account, the man shared a video on Tuesday in which his sentimental partner appears asking the president of the North American nation, Joe Biden, to heed the plea to grant his relatives a humanitarian visa. In addition, he indicated that the idea is for the White House to collaborate with them.

“Hello Mr. President, Mr. Biden. I want to ask you in advance that you can please move my parents and my in-laws here to the United States to be able to be with their support. Thank you very much, Mr. President, greetings to his wife, the first lady, and to all her loved ones. God bless him,” Duran said.

Vega, in the same way, took advantage of the broadcast on Instagram that he did this week with the Argentine actress Lorena Meritano to deliver the latest medical report on Paula’s state of health.

Despite the fact that he stressed that his wife is happy to return home, the man from Huila did not hide his concern about the lack of medical attention he will have and assured that he is afraid, since the hospital had several services. He also stated that the nurse they found can only go four days a week.

“Paula is very strong. Despite what she is going through, she is really happy to be with her girls and her baby at home. We will all be together”initially indicated the Colombian.

Sergio Vega shared a tender video after his wife Paula Durán left the hospital – Photo: Instagram: Sergio Vega
Sergio Vega continues to ask for help so that Paula Durán's parents can see her
Sergio Vega continues to ask for help so that Paula Durán’s parents can see her – Photo: Instagram: Sergio Vega

Then he added: “I am a little scared, because in the hospital we have immediate attention. A nurse will only be in the house for one hour, four days a week. Now I am going to have to become a nurse and a doctor”.

The man stressed in the dialogue with the Argentine artist that he is concerned that his wife does not have the medical attention she needs. In addition, he emphasized that additional health services in the United States are expensive.

“I recently spoke with the company that provides this service, to see if the nurse can stay longer because Paula needs 24-hour medical care. The pain she suffers is very strong. concluded.

Statement from the Foreign Ministry

The Colombian Foreign Ministry, for its part, assured this Monday through a press release that it established contact with Sergio and that the process of the humanitarian visa that he urgently requested is already being advanced.

“The Ministry of Foreign Relations reports that, since it learned of the case of the Vega Durán family and on direct instructions from Foreign Minister Álvaro Leyva Durán, it has been in permanent contact with Mr. Sergio Vega, who has been provided with the necessary accompaniment. through the Directorate of Consular Affairs.

Paula Durán's mother asks President Gustavo Petro for help
Paula Durán’s mother asks President Gustavo Petro for help – Photo: Instagram: Sergio Vega/SEMANA

In accordance with the humanitarian assistance provided in these cases, the Colombian Foreign Ministry has already filed the application for a humanitarian visa with the Embassy of the United States in Colombia. for the relatives of Paula Andrea Durán.

We will continue to accompany Paula Andrea, Sergio and their entire family in whatever they need, in accordance with the protocols for assistance to Colombians in vulnerable situations. We regret the situation they are experiencing and we will do everything possible so that Paula can be with her parents ”, reads the document issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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