Venezuelan government distributes medicine and food border

A medida foi adotada enquanto a oposição, liderada por Guaidó, intensifica a campanha sobre a entrada da ajuda humanitária no país.
12/02/2019 10h24 - Updated 12/02/2019 10h24
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O governo da Venezuela distribuiu remédios e alimentos nesta segunda-feira na fronteira com a Colômbia, no momento em que Juan Guaidó, leading opponent recognized as acting president for several countries, intensifies campaign to allow American relief entry.

Medications such as analgesics, antibiotics and anti-inflammatory, many in shortage in the country, They were distributed free to dozens of patients.

In the background was possible to observe the blockade of Venezuelan military on the bridge of Tienditas, connecting the cities of Cúcuta (Colombia) Ureña (Venezuela).

The region has a strong presence of the Armed Forces.

Libyan Rodríguez, 66 years, He praised the help and expressed support for the government of Nicolas Maduro. He repeated the government's speech and said the food and medicine sent by the United States at the request of Cúcuta Guaidó are a pretext for military intervention.

Many people were waiting for medicine. Other food waiting for the government distributes subsidized prices in popular areas, under the program named Local Committees of Supply and Manufacture (CLAP), that the opposition denounced as a "social control mechanism".

O governo da Venezuela distribuiu remédios e alimentos nesta segunda-feira na fronteira com a Colômbia, no momento em que Juan Guaidó, leading opponent recognized as acting president for several countries, intensifies campaign to allow American relief entry.

Medications such as analgesics, antibiotics and anti-inflammatory, many in shortage in the country, They were distributed free to dozens of patients.

In the background was possible to observe the blockade of Venezuelan military on the bridge of Tienditas, connecting the cities of Cúcuta (Colombia) Ureña (Venezuela).

The region has a strong presence of the Armed Forces.

Libyan Rodríguez, 66 years, He praised the help and expressed support for the government of Nicolas Maduro. He repeated the government's speech and said the food and medicine sent by the United States at the request of Cúcuta Guaidó are a pretext for military intervention.

Many people were waiting for medicine. Other food waiting for the government distributes subsidized prices in popular areas, under the program named Local Committees of Supply and Manufacture (CLAP), that the opposition denounced as a "social control mechanism".

Source: AFP

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