Guaido Says Venezuelan Opposition Delivers First Cargo Of Humanitarian Aid
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido announced his team delivered the first cargo of humanitarian aid which was being held at the border during a public fight with President Nicolas Maduro, according to Reuters. Guaido, who a majority of Western countries now recognize as Venezuela's legitimate president, did not specify how he received the aid delivery but tweeted a photo of himself standing with stacks of vitamin and nutritional supplements.“Today we delivered the first donation, or the first cargo of humanitarian aid, albeit on a small scale, because you know they have blocked the border for the time being,” Guaido, 35, said in televised remarks in Caracas on Monday evening about the...
U.S. Reps. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Donna Shalala visited the Colombian-Venezuelan border over the weekend to get a first-hand view of the humanitarian and public health crisis faced by Venezuelans..
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Saturday called on citizens across the country to travel to capital Caracas for a protest against socialist President Nicolas Maduro, as..
VALENCIA, Venezuela (AP) — Large crowds have gathered in the northern Venezuelan city of Valencia to greet opposition leader Juan Guaido, who plans to tour the... Seattle Times Also reported by •Sify •Reuters •Japan Today •Reuters India •France 24
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — Two Florida congresswomen met with the president of Colombia and saw where blockades were preventing humanitarian aid from getting to... Seattle Times Also reported by •cbs4.com •WorldNews