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Maduro Threatens To Close Border As Guaido Convoy Hopes To Receive Aid

WorldNews Thursday, 21 February 2019 ()
Maduro Threatens To Close Border As Guaido Convoy Hopes To Receive AidVenezuela President Nicolas Maduro threatened to close the border with Colombia after opposition leader and self-declared interim president of Venezuela Juan Guaido departed Caracas on Thursday with dozens of lawmakers to try and bring the donated food and medicine waiting in Colombia across the border, according to Reuters. Maduro's government has dismissed the need for aid, claiming there is no economic crisis in Venezuela and said it was considering closing the borders with Colombia and Brazil. Guaido has already been recognized by dozens of countries as the legitimate head of state for Venezuela and promised to bring in the humanitarian aid that has been waiting in Colombia for several...
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News video: Aid Convoy Leaves Colombian Warehouses For Venezuela Border

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According to Reuters, a convoy of trucks carrying humanitarian aid for Venezuela left warehouses in Colombia headed for the nearby border crossing on Saturday, despite Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s insistence they would not be allowed to cross. Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido,...

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