U.S. Department Of State Highlights Efforts To Provide Humanitarian Assistance To Venezuela

U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: ‘Let Humanitarian Aid Into Venezuela’
This blog post features U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo’s statement on international humanitarian aid to Venezuela: “…Tomorrow is a new day. It is an opportunity for Venezuelan security forces to do the right thing by allowing humanitarian assistance into the country, by protecting civilians against Maduro’s armed gangs or ‘colectivos,’ and by supporting the Venezuelan constitution and the rule of law. Now is the time to act in support of democracy, and respond to the needs of the desperate Venezuelan people. The United States will take action against and hold accountable those who oppose the peaceful restoration of democracy in Venezuela…” (2/24).

U.S. Department of State: The United States Pre-Positions Aid for Venezuelans on the Brazil-Venezuela Border
This fact sheet outlines U.S. efforts to provide humanitarian aid to Venezuela (2/22).

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