February 22, 2019 02:14 PM
After to be updated on February 22, 2019 2:24 PM
A group of deputies arrived at the National Assembly (AN) on Thursday to the community of Santa Elena de Hire, the country of Bolívar, where he met members of the Pemón ethnic group.
The indigenous people ensured they allowed humanitarian aid access to the national territory, and they had a flag where Juan Guaidó recognized their recognition as Venezuela's interim president. VPItv.
Nicolás Maduro ordered Thursday to close the border between Venezuela and Brazil. He noted that the measure aims to avoid any form of disturbance on February 23, and is described as the mockery of supplies found at the Roraima, Cúcuta and Curacao collection centers.
# 21feb Despite the closing of the border between Brazil and Venezuela, the native people of the Pemón ethnic group in Bolívar, have ensured that they will allow humanitarian aid access, February 23rd. Our correspondent Carlos Suniaga is in the place to bring you all the details pic.twitter.com/UpJkKlTmUg
– VPItv (@VPITV) February 22, 2019