Ukraine condemns violence on Venezuela’s borders while humanitarian aid is being blocked, as Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin stated.
“We condemn the unprecedented violence on the borders of Venezuela, which led to deaths and injuries. We demand that the usurper’s regime of Maduro ends these unseemly actions and immediate lets humanitarian aid into the country,” Klimkin wrote on Twitter.
As we reported earlier, January 23, Juan Guaido, the opposition leader and the head of the National Assembly of Venezuela declared himself interim president of Venezuela and took the oath before thousands of opposition supporters at a mass protest rally.
U.S. President Donald Trump has recognized Juan Guaidó as a temporary leader of the country. Canada, the EU, Brazil, Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Costa-Rika, Paraguay, and Guatemala did the same.
Mexico and Bolivia refused to recognize the “coup d’etat”.