President Nicolás Maduro went on Tuesday a scathing attack against the united states and the humanitarian help in the form of food and medicine the united states right now has sent to the border between Venezuela and Colombia. According to Maduro, the help is just a spectacle to get the world to believe that it is bad to in the country.
aid as a ”political spectacle” in order to justify an intervention by Venezuela, writes El Universal.
"We will also continue to ensure our people education, health care, food, opportunity to work, with comfort, just as it is today, everything else is a cheap show intended to justify an intervention," said Maduro.
the united nations has warned that nearly all of the 30 million inhabitants of the country have been affected by the hyperinflation that hit Venezuela and noted that there is a lack of food, medicine and basic commodities which has affected many people's health.
ten billion from that to be brought out of the country.
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó accused on Monday Nicolás Maduro to try to bring out the equivalent of ten billion. On Tuesday confirmed a Portuguese bank that stopped the transfer.
According to the Guaidó was the transfer to equate with theft of public funds.
to get the help of pope Francis. In a letter, and a public appeal to the catholic church leaders are asking Maduro to the pope to mediate between him and Guaidó. But where was Maduro anything.
On the way home from his visit in Abu Dhabi, answered the pope that the Vatican does not mediate unless both parties ask for this, writes El Pais.