Duke warns Maduro that blocking aid is a “crime against humanity”

Colombian President Iván Duque warned Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro today that blocking the entry of humanitarian aid to Venezuela will be considered a “crime against humanity.”

“I think we have to give the dictatorship a very strong message, blocking access to humanitarian aid is a crime against humanity,” Duque told reporters during a meeting at the White House with his counterpart, Donald Trump. EFEUSA) .-


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