The corresponding visa application and granting process will take place at Peruvian Consulates.
Within this framework, he said the measure aims to guarantee a safe and orderly migration.
"Peru has a long tradition of welcoming citizens from other countries, in a humanitarian manner, but as a country we must also have an obligation to ensure the safety, tranquility, and peace of all Peruvians," the Head of State expressed.
In this sense, he underlined 140 Venezuelan citizens
—including women, who had been arrested in diverse Peruvian regions— were returned to their country of origin.
"Yes to open arms, as Peru has always done, but now we have to be —and we will be— rigorous in controlling the people who enter (Peru). Besides, those, who have entered (the country) illegally, will be expelled," he said.
Peru currently hosts 800,000 Venezuelans.