Thousands protest as Venezuela's opposition leader, Juan Guaido, vows to secure aid

Many remain in need as President Nicolas Maduro blocks humanitarian aid from the U.S.
2:04 | 02/13/19

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Transcript for Thousands protest as Venezuela's opposition leader, Juan Guaido, vows to secure aid
What's in chlorine Wendell who was in got out gusts. Corey Tony. Excuse me tell us is happening there on the ground we know there was a big rally. For the opposition yesterday. What are you seeing. That's right let's adult what's against our sense of thousands of people in the streets SE one flight though addressed the crowd and announces plans or the coming day and that's what he's set on a broad set up but -- 23. That is when humanitarian aid will enter the country here but what he didn't specify is exactly how he's going to make that happen. We know there have been some talks about how that possibly could happen within his circle. What are the options will be some type of river of them that's when a river of individuals crossing the border. And bringing back that aid and eventually. We don't want like go had been collecting signatures of people who are willing to at least help make that happen. But it's also difficult to see how that would happen because this is an isolated area of that play like special impetus went outside. We know the arm Fortson were probably prevent that from happening. And we also note that it'll be difficult to make that a right to the entire population at its just individuals bringing. They the data off the border another option of course would be military force that's what everybody here is talking about today. Well the US and breath Colombia as well. In both what say what the US could Sicily sad. Is that all options are on the table the world US boat that all not option of using military force to get that aid include the country. That might happen on February 23 at one why doesn't that aid is coming at no matter what. Meanwhile the other that we saw the government here yesterday the vice president but that's what adults or BS he's still trying. Who explained but a little quiet and not allowing eight at Jackson what does artists say. That it with poison that it was that it couldn't couldn't contain biological arms. He did not provide any group that. Franco do Alexia quite know can live up to that promise thank you so much for being with us and it's waking that down for us.

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