The Venezuelan Opposition wants to around 600 tonnes of aid into the country. But the military is instructed to prevent the. Because that could mean the beginning of the end of Maduros.
"For a free Venezuela, for aid, for change" - there was a mood of optimism at the charity concert at the Tienditas-border bridge near the Colombian city of Cúcuta. It should commit the money for relief goods. Denis Parado waving a Venezuelan flag, the 18-Year-old from Caracas came as thousands of his countrymen to Cúcuta, not only to Latin American Superstars like Maluma, Juanes or Luis Fonsi cheer.
Symbol to the conflict
"We want a change. And that the relief goods coming into the country, the most important thing that the people are suffering. There is a lack of medicines, lack of food, and we want our friends who have emigrated to come back. We want peace and freedom! Not A Dictatorship!"
The Tienditas-border bridge - although it is hardly used as a second place to a Symbol such as tense and hardened the fronts are in a power struggle between Venezuela's socialist leader Nicolás Maduro and the self-appointed interim President, Juan Guaidó.
"hands off Venezuela" is the name of the concert, the Maduro is on the other side of the bridge hold. But the music is not playing on the stages. It comes to 600 tonnes from the United States provided aid to the camps in the Colombian Cúcuta. In the course of the day, volunteers should bring you on the four bridges of the city to Venezuela.
Maduro's government has now announced that to close these border crossings temporarily. The socialist head of state does not want to let the relief goods into the country. For him and his followers, they are a pretext for a US-to prepare for Invasion. The military is put on alert. To be closed on the Venezuelan side of all border crossings in the direction of Cúcuta. Because many fear: Would help really into the country, that would be the beginning of Maduro's end.1/13 Mega-concert "Venezuela Aid Live" on the border between Colombia and Venezuela