Venezuela's Guaido challenging Maduro through humanitarian aid

UK and other European countries recognise Guaidó as Venezuela's leader

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Nonetheless, Guterres said he was following the crisis in Venezuela "with a lot of concern".

Maduro has repeatedly accused the United States of being behind an attempted coup by Guaido, who declared himself acting president on January 23.

In a stern warning, embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that US President Donald Trump risks "staining his hands with blood" if he attempts to pursue military action in his strife-torn South American country.

"We are not beggars", Maduro said this week in a speech to troops broadcast on state TV, adding that there is no humanitarian crisis.

"The path to sanctions relief for PdVSA is through the expeditious transfer of control to the Interim President or a subsequent, democratically elected government", Secretary of the Treasury Steven T. Mnuchin said.

"Venezuela's military under Maduro's orders is blocking aid", Pompeo tweeted.

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Maduro's military has barricaded a bridge between Venezuela and the Colombian border town of Cucuta, a potential crossing point.

The Conservative MP made the comments after Britain and other European powers announced they were recognising opposition leader Juan Guaido as the interim president of the oil-rich country.

Their meeting comes amid massive protests in Venezuela aimed at pressing Maduro, the country's socialist leader, to vacate the presidency.

Emergency talks at the headquarters of the Organization of American States in Washington will also be held on February 14 to help deliver aid to the country's population facing major shortages of food and medicine.

But Trump has appeared to relish the fight against President Nicolas Maduro, a leftist firebrand fond of criticizing U.S. foreign policy who presides over a crumbling economy in which food and basic supplies are scarce and millions have fled to neighboring countries.

At the same time, the group welcomed into the Lima Group Guaido's "legitimate government of Venezuela" and vowed to "recognize and work with" his representatives in their respective countries.

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This weekend he plans to oversee a deliberate provocation of the military by ordering in supplies of humanitarian aid.

Guaido claimed on Monday that the armed forces were planning on diverting the stockpiled aid meant for those most in need to regime supporters through the government's subsidized food program.

The United States could attempt to seek the approval of the United Nations Security Council to deliver aid without Maduro's cooperation, but Russian Federation could block such a move.

"We will keep working so that not one more gram of gold can be sold", Paparoni said.

On Saturday, an air-force general defected to the opposition and reportedly fled to Colombia. On Monday, Italy reportedly blocked an European Union statement recognizing Guaido as Venezuela's legitimate leader.

The next Lima Group meeting is due to be hosted by Colombia.

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