USAID Signs Development Agreement With Venezuela Shadow Government To Provide Additional Aid To Venezuelans Inside Country

Associated Press: USAID signs development agreement with Venezuela’s Guaidó
“The U.S. Agency for International Development on Tuesday signed an agreement boosting support for the shadow government of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó, who is trying to oust socialist President Nicolás Maduro. The deal signed in Washington calls for $98 million in additional aid to Venezuelans inside the South American country, raising the total assistance to $116 million. … USAID also has allocated $568 million for humanitarian assistance for the at least 4 million Venezuelans who have left the country” (Lugo, 10/8).

Additional coverage of the agreement is available from the Miami Herald.

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