April 7, 2019
Last Updated on April 7, 2019 at 19:19
Juan Guaido, a provisional president of Venezuela, reported on Sunday that he handed over a bunch of humanitarian aid to the Manos Amigas por la Vida (Mavid) foundation,
The interim president noted that stocks were allocated to NGOs dedicated to helping children and people with HIV.
"We insist on continuing to help our people and the end of usurpation as the ultimate emergency solution," said Guaidó on Twitter.
Manuela Bolívar, deputy at the National Assembly, thanked international delivery foundations. "Humanitarian aid is possible as long as we maintain our mission and connect with non-governmental organizations," he said.
We deliver #Humanitarian aid The Mavid Foundation, which uses dozens of children from this non-governmental organization devoted to the orientation of people with HIV / AIDS.
We insist on continuing to help our people and the end of usurpation as the ultimate emergency solution. pic.twitter.com/nLc7wTEyej
– Juan Guaido (@jguaido) April 7, 2019