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Venezuelan interim president Guaidó: help go 23 February Venezuela within

The Venezuelan opposition leader and interim-president Juan Guaidó Márquez during a big demonstration in Caracas announced that on February 23, humanitarian aid

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Venezuelan interim president Guaidó: help go 23 February Venezuela within
The Venezuelan opposition leader and interim-president Juan Guaidó Márquez during a big demonstration in Caracas announced that on February 23, humanitarian aid from the U.S., Venezuela has been brought in. The regime of the ruler and the Nicolás Maduro wants to avoid that and blames the acute shortages in the country to U.s. sanctions.

At the Colombian border town of Cucuta are materials collected by a new road bridge to Venezuela, but who is on the Venezuelan side will be blocked. It is not clear how Guaidó the relief supplies, including medicines and food, the country wants to get. He seems to hope that with the demonstrations, the pressure on parts of the armed forces and they are about to get yet to help.

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The need is huge in the oil-rich South American country. Years of mismanagement of Maduro and his left-populist predecessor, Hugo Chávez (1954-2013) have the oil-rich country in need. There is hunger, and it lacks the most essential things and therefore are at least 2.3 million people over the last few years had to flee the country. It is the largest migratiecrisis in South America since long.

Maduro says just to be re-elected, and that there are about six-year presidential elections. But dozens of countries, including the USA, Colombia, Brazil, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands recognise since last month Guiadó as interim president. Maduro's hated regime survives by the involvement of senior military figures in the trading of mineral resources, in tampering with the official exchange rate of the almost worthless money and international cocaïnesmokkel. The opposition hopes that the lower ranks in the armed forces who are also subject to shortages, suffering, Maduro's regime.

The Venezuelan minister of Foreign Affairs Jorge Arreaza, in New York with the UN chief António Guterres stressed that “there is no humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, but only an economy that is the victim of a blockade”. It was already his second visit of Guterres in a month's time. Arreaza said that he has the assistance of UN agencies to the Venezuelan economy has spoken.

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