"We're mobilizing all over the country to ensure the humanitarian aid enters so we can deal with this crisis," said Guaido. He said that blocking the aid would constitute a "crime against humanity," but top military leaders still stand with leftist leader Maduro. - Second storage center -Maduro refuses to buckle, though, branding the aid convoys massing in Colombia a "political show" and a pretext for a US intervention. Humanitarian aid has become a key factor in the power struggle between Guaido, who last month proclaimed himself acting president, and Maduro. Guaido's ambassador to Brazil, Maria Teresa Belandria, said she had received assurances from Brazilian Foreign Minister Ernesto Araujo over the new aid center.
Source: Bangkok Post February 11, 2019 21:56 UTC