Guaidó has, along with several other members of parliament travelled to the colombian border town of Cúcuta, where the supplies of food, medicine and other supplies sent to Venezuela have been left behind.
In a tv broadcast on Thursday, call Maduro the commodities of ”a provocation” and argues that the opposition's behaviour is just a way to try and undermine the government.
, who also promised to send supplies to Venezuela, will be closed in Thursday evening, said Maduro. Simón Bolívar, the great border with Colombia, has barrikaderats ago in the past and according to Maduro, is to also close the border completely.the Supplies that were sent to Venezuela from the united states are stuck in the colombian border town of Cúcuta. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano
" I don't want to take this type of decisions, but I am considering it, a total closure of the border with Colombia, said Maduro in the tv broadcast, according to Reuters.
Guaidó and close to a hundred other members of the opposition began the 80 mile journey from the capital city Caracas to the border town of Cúcuta on Thursday, and was cheerfully greeted by the crowds on the road.
the commodities of the country at the latest on Saturday. Political analyst told Reuters that a big reason for the action is to test the military's loyalty to Maduro, to see if the troops will continue to prevent the commodities to be taken out of the country.
the Goods that are waiting in Cúcuta has been sent by the united states, which recognizes Guaidó as interim president. During Thursday announced Venezuela's opposition even to eleven of the country's 56 diplomats in the united states have abandoned their mission for the Maduro government.
the Opposition also indicate that bank accounts belonging to venezuelan embassies and consulates in the united states have been frozen, and that Maduro's diplomatic network in the country lost all function.