Government: Guaidó announces delivery of first aid shipment in Venezuela
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Caracas (AP) - Venezuela's opposition has received according to their own information despite blocked borders first relief supplies. Self-appointed interim President Juan Guaidó posted a video on Twitter showing him between cardboard boxes and stacks of white cans. He also held packets labeled "micronutrients in powder form" in the camera. The first 1.7 million portions are intended for pregnant women and malnourished children, wrote Guaidó. He did not say how he got the deliveries.