Government: Guaidó: "Let humanitarian aid go to Venezuela"
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Caracas (dpa) - Thousands of government opponents have in the power struggle between the Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro and the self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaidó in demonstrations called to open the borders and to allow the delivery of relief supplies for the suffering population. "Soldiers, sailors, policemen, that's an order: let the humanitarian aid into the country," said Guaidó at a rally in the capital Caracas. At the Colombian border, ten trucks carrying about 100 tons of relief supplies await permission to pass.