Russia as a long-time ally will deliver 300 tonnes of humanitarian aid to Venezuela, said Nicolas Maduro. On Wednesday, the supply will arrive Caracas, Venezuela’s President promised during his meeting with the scientists.
President Maduro says the country is receiving the humanitarian aid every day, and tomorrow, Venezuelan capital will receive 300 tonnes of Russian humanitarian aid. It will be delivered to the international airport of Caracas.
Venezuela’s tough times are continuing, the Latin America country faces a sharp soci0-economic crisis, which was even worsened with the political instability. After the opposition leader, Juan Guaido, proclaimed himself an interim president of Venezuela, the White House recognized him as the national leader and delivered aid for the country to neighbouring Colombia.
Nicolas Maduro, the legitimate President, insists, the coup d’etat failed and urged Venezuelans to be smart, brave and loyal to the country. Trump said Monday that the US stands behind opposition leader Juan Guaido and condemns Maduro and his socialist policy, which led the country to the deepest crisis ever.
Trump pleaded with Venezuela’s military to support Guaido and warned of dire consequences for standing with Maduro who responded to the US counterpart in comments broadcast on state television. He accused the US president of speaking in an “almost Nazi style” and lashed out at Trump for thinking he can deliver orders to Venezuela’s military.
Maduro said, “Who is the commander of the armed forces, Donald Trump from Miami?” and added, “They think they’re the owners of the country.”