The Red cross has in the Venezuelan capital Caracas for the first time since the beginning of the crisis in the country, drinking water and medicines distributed. The self-appointed transitional President Guaidó celebrate that as a success.
After a week long struggle for humanitarian support for Venezuela, the Red cross has distributed first aid supplies in the South American country in crisis. Aid workers brought drinking water and water purification tablets in different districts of the capital, Caracas.
"I am very glad that the humanitarian aid has arrived," said a man in a TV station TVV.
Previously, a plane with medicines and electricity generators was landed aboard at the airport of Caracas, such as the Red cross via Twitter announced. The from Panama and flown in genes charge is part of an increasing humanitarian aid for Venezuela to almost three times - to almost 25 million dollars (approximately 22 million euros). This was decided by the International Committee of the Red cross (ICRC) a few days ago.
Red cross sends first aid to Venezuela
night magazine at 00:40, 17.04.2019, Xenia Cooper, ARD Mexico city
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