Venezuelan docs protested Sunday on the entrance to a bridge blocked by their nation’s army to demand that humanitarian help be allowed to enter, as opposition chief Juan Guaido acknowledged the battle over the meals and medical provides might result in clashes.

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Carrying an enormous Venezuelan flag, about two dozen docs in white coats known as on the army to take away a tanker and two cargo containers blocking the Tienditas Worldwide Bridge the place humanitarian help offered by the US is being saved.

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The docs protested on the Colombia aspect of the border, saying they’d face repercussions for holding an identical demonstration on the Venezuelan aspect.

Dr. Katia Diaz, a psychiatrist, stated that every day help sits ready for transport into Venezuela represents yet one more day by which affected person lives are in danger.

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“These containers signify the vanity of a dictator,” she stated. “It lays naked the shortage of humanity, of compassion for the ache of our folks.”

Aerial view of the Tienditas Bridge, on the border between Cucuta, Colombia and Tachira, Venezuela, after Venezuelan military forces blocked it with containers on February 6, 2019.

Aerial view of the Tienditas Bridge, on the border between Cucuta, Colombia and Tachira, Venezuela, after Venezuelan army forces blocked it with containers on February 6, 2019.

Guaido, the chief of the Nationwide Meeting who 4 dozen nations are recognizing as Venezuela’s rightful president, urged the army to consider carefully about how they’ll proceed. Attending a church service Sunday along with his household, he acknowledged that the feud between those that do and don’t need the help to be let in might result in clashes.

“It relies on you,” he stated to the army. “We’re not speaking between the traces. We’re speaking clearly and decisively, giving an order to the armed forces: To permit the help in.”

President Nicolas Maduro has vowed to not let the provides go, saying Venezuela is not a nation of beggars. He contends the meals, hygiene kits and emergency medical gear are half of a bigger ploy by the US to take away him from energy.

The U.S. offered the help and the Colombian authorities helped guarantee its transport to the border, however the opposition is charged with dealing with the help’s distribution inside Venezuela. They haven’t but introduced how they plan for the help to enter if the army doesn’t consent.

Guaido declared himself Venezuela’s interim president earlier than lots of cheering supporters in late January, arguing that underneath the structure he ought to grow to be chief of state as a result of Maduro’s re-election was a sham.

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