– this is an operation that is similar to what is going on in Syria what it comes to the number of people to take care of. It will of course not solve the problems in Venezuela and no one should imagine that this is a complete solution, " said the International Red cross and crescent's president Francesco Rocca on Friday.
Rocca promised that the humanitarian aid should not become a pawn in the power struggle going on between Nicolás Maduro and Juan Guaidó.
"We will act in an impartial, neutral and independent," he said.
including surgical are included in the plans, as well as the electrical generators for the country, which has suffered multiple widespread power outages in the recent past. Hjälpsändningen have started to be put together in the Red cross warehouses in the neighboring country of Panama and the first delivery to 650.000 people to reach Venezuela in mid-april.
– the Help that will now is a result of our struggle, writes Juan Guaidó on Twitter.
The self-proclaimed interimspresidenten has recently failed to get an american hjälpsändning past the regime's blockades along the border. Maduró have in spite of all the major relief organizations persisted in their denial that it exists at all is any humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and that the problems are exclusively the result of ”imperialist forces” that want to access the country's oil fields.
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Maduró stopped the authorities from publishing statistics 2016 and has released in aid projects from China and Russia – two of the few countries that support him – and have used this as a political force. An average venezuelans citizens ' body weight has dropped 10 pounds during the crisis, according to the catholic charity Caritas, which still operates in the country.
the country also received 65 tons of chinese aid in the form of medicines and believes that it shows that the united states sanctions against the country are fruitless.
– We will overcome the blockade such as Donald Trump and his stooge here in Venezuela introduced, said the regime's minister Tarek El Assami, and aimed at Juan Guaidó.
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about 10 percent of Venezuela's population, have fled the country since 2014 due to generally poor conditions, which deteriorated further with the fall in the price of oil and u.s. sanctions. Human rights, food, medicine, housing, and money are some of the bristvarorna that gets people to seek, above all, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Brazil.
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The humanitarian crisis became political in January when the opposition leader Juan Guaidó proclaimed himself interim president and recognized as such by the united states, Sweden, the united kingdom, Germany, Spain, France, and a dozen other countries. Maduro sees his rival as AMERICA's puppet in the ambition to take the country's oil wealth seized.