Humanitarian aid in Venezuela at risk as Maduro clings to power

Humanitarian aid stands to be the next battleground in the political fight between Venezuela's Juan Guaido and Nicolas Maduro, who wants to deny shipment of aid at the country's border.
1:51 | 02/05/19

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Transcript for Humanitarian aid in Venezuela at risk as Maduro clings to power
Now for something completely different we're going to head into our international news Venezuela we have been tracking this. And Cody went out there in Caracas Cody. Humanitarian aid we understand is on its way in mind that tips support. Tell two one. As of Venezuelan seem to be re claiming their government. Well it clear that humanitarian aid will be the next battle in this political standoff lime light though has said they went to a mass. Eight at 340 on the border with Clinton on the on the border what Brazil and in some Caribbean islands. And this is so important because of the ongoing humanitarian and economic crisis that is going not year. This is the worst crisis in this country's history children are dying at mountain version. People with chronic conditions don't have the medicine and treatments they need and people can even afford enough food and people are losing weight so. I think one way they'll be using this as a PR tool that show that his government wants to bring humanitarian aid here into that Cotchery. And so it will be difficult for Nicholas McCorkel to deny this aid for the vast majority of Bennett toilets were suffering the effects. Of this crisis but it is clear that that is done in the past model planes through. Denied entry of the state we've seen photos coming from the border that show that the border heavily armed and bet that a government. The other government Nicholas mother out of has no plans to allow those eight into the country Y those saying he plans to attempt to convince the people at the border. The armed forces to allow them to allow the humanitarian aid. Here into the country. What a difference in the crowds that were around YDO and the de Oro. Thank you so much Cody I know that it's difficult for you reporting there incur rockets and we appreciate you being with us.

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