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Russia and U.S. fight to deliver aid to Venezuela

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Russia and U.S. fight to deliver aid to Venezuela

Russia and U.S. fight to deliver aid to Venezuela

U.S. and Russia rush to deliver aid to Venezuela in an attempt to further their political agendas.

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RESTRICTIONS: Broadcast: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN Digital: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN U.S. and Russia rush to deliver aid to Venezuela in an attempt to further their political agendas.

Over the past weeks, U.S. trucks carrying aid have arrived at the Colombia-Venezuela border at the request of Juan Guaido, who has been recognized by the U.S. and Canada among others as interim President of Venezuela.

According to NPR, the aid has since been rejected by Maduro's government who has blocked the main border bridge with trucks.

Maduro claims the aid is an attempt by the U.S. to intervene in local politics.

AP reports that last Wednesday Russian shipments of aid had arrived in Venezuela under the protection of the World Health Organization.

According to El Periodico, Nicolas Maduro confirmed the delivery of 300 tons of medical aid from Russia.

Puerto Rico and Brazil have announced that they too will be sending supplies to Venezuela with Puerto Rico promising 250 tons of aid.

None have addressed how they will deliver the supplies.

Meanwhile, the U.N.

Has criticized this stand-off.

U.N.

Spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters in New York, "humanitarian action needs to be independent of political, military or other objectives." RUNDOWN SHOWS: 1.

U.S. delivers aid to Venezuela 2.

U.S. aid gets blocked by Maduro's government 3.

Maduro's government accepts Russian aid 4.

Puerto Rico and Brazil join the list of countries trying to send aid to Venezuela VOICEOVER (in English): "Over the past weeks, U.S. trucks carrying aid have arrived at the Colombia-Venezuela border at the request of Juan Guaido who has been recognized by the U.S. and Canada among others as interim president of Venezuela." "According to NPR, the aid has since been rejected by Maduro's government who has blocked the main border bridge with trucks.

Maduro claims this aid is yet another attempt for the U.S. to intervene in local politics." "AP reports that last Wednesday Russian shipments of aid had arrived in Venezuela under the protection of the World Health Organization.

According to El Periodico, Nicolas Maduro confirmed the delivery of 300 tons of medical aid from Russia." "Puerto Rico and Brazil have announced that they too will be sending supplies to Venezuela with Puerto Rico promising 250 tons of aid.

None have addressed how they will deliver the supplies." SOURCES: ENCOVI, NPR, El Periodico, Associated Press https://www.ucab.edu.ve/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2018/02/ENCOVI-2017-presentaci%C3%B3n-para-difundir-.pdf https://www.npr.org/2019/02/16/695154567/u-s-masses-aid-along-venezuelan-border-as-some-humanitarian-groups-warn-of-risks https://www.elperiodico.com/es/internacional/20190219/ayuda-humanitaria-rusia-llega-venezuela-7311550 https://www.apnews.com/2e1ace0158ac40189acd90c36962cbe7 *** For story suggestions please contact tips@nextanimation.com.tw For technical and editorial support, please contact: Asia: +61 2 93 73 1841 Europe: +44 20 7542 7599 Americas and Latam: +1 800 738 8377




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