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this border crossing between Venezuela and Colombia was blocked by trailers Wednesday in what appears to be an effort to stop humanitarian aid from entering Venezuela trucks carrying food and medical supplies sent by the US will arrive later this week at the request of Venice but as self proclaimed interim chief opposition leader one why do lanes have already arrived in Colombia they're going through procedures so that everything is concentrated in cuckoo talk where there is a gathering center the Venezuelan people need for this humanitarian aid to arrive , but getting the aid across this bridge into Venice but I'm might be impossible without the blessing of Nicolas Maduro who is facing global pressure to step down and we condemn the brutality , of the Maduro regime , %HESITATION socialist policies have turned that nation , from being the wealthiest in South America into a state of abject poverty and despair Venice belli struggling with hyper inflation hunger and acute shortages of medicine whether you were for the opposition or the government if a child gets sick and you can get medicine and that person dies that's sad but mother row has denied that there is a humanitarian crisis in the country blaming economic problems on US sanctions adding recently that Venezuelans were not bankers and he would not let the country be humiliated box desperate Venezuelans have a different perspective I think this aid is very good , sure amount of me does shortages have led to an exodus of Venezuelans some three million have left their homeland in the past five years