“The recognition of the complex humanitarian emergency and the progress in humanitarian agreements will allow the cessation of obstacles to save lives,” said President in Charge Juan Guaidó, in response to the agreements obtained during the first round of negotiations in Mexico.
The national president assured that from the Unitary Platform there is an urgent recognition of the humanitarian crisis that Venezuela is experiencing.
“We are clear that the tragedy in our country requires not only urgent attention, but fundamental solutions for which we are fighting,” he said through his Twitter account.
President in Charge Guaidó reiterated the work that has been done to serve Venezuelans suffering from the country’s serious crisis.
“We did it with the contribution of ‘Héroes de la Salud’, the donation to PAHO and the Red Cross and made available protected funds for the purchase of vaccines,” he listed.
The President-in-Charge ratified in turn the fight for the defense of Venezuelan territory and national sovereignty, in the recovery of the Essequibo.
“The exercise of sovereignty must unite us as a nation. We will continue to advance in achieving a comprehensive agreement that allows the recovery of democracy in Venezuela through free and fair elections,” he concluded.
This Monday the first round of negotiations was held in Mexico between the Unitary Platform and Nicolás Maduro’s regime, who reached a first humanitarian agreement, which allows Venezuela to access the international system to provide care for the most vulnerable Venezuelans.
To this end, it was agreed to create the National Social Care Table, inspired by the National Technical Vaccination Table, which will be a joint space with the support of experts in which they will articulate efforts to advance solutions for the country in the areas of healthcare, food and covid-19.