Miami, .- Fabiana Rosales, the wife of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó, asked on Saturday not to stop the collection of humanitarian aid in favor of Venezuela, because an energy crisis persists and “almost 100% of the country has no light.”
Rosales went to a collection center in Miami-Dade County today to reiterate his appeal to the international community to maintain solidarity in favor of Venezuela, which is suffering a serious political and social crisis.
“Our goal is to save lives, return the smile to our children, and we are achieving it,” he told reporters posted in a warehouse in Doral, a city near Miami, where he reiterated that the opposition will not stop his action. to avoid the massacre that exists today in Venezuela. “
“Humanitarian aid is a fact, because there are many people willing to save lives,” said the wife of the head of the National Assembly, recognized as interim president of Venezuela by more than 60 countries, including the United States.
Rosales announced that in the day of this Saturday in Miami had met about 650 boxes with non-perishable food, medicines, vitamins, orthopedic and hospital supplies and water purification pills and worming.
Guaidó’s wife said that the aid “is already entering and saving lives,” and thanked the volunteers and people who have collaborated so much with the collection in favor of Venezuela as with the restoration of democracy in that country.
“Do not stop, this road continues, freedom and justice, is very close,” said Rosales, who was accompanied, among others by the vice governor of Florida, Jeanette Nuñez, and the mayor of Miami-Dade, Carlos Giménez.
Guaidó’s wife is visiting the United States, where she has been received in the White House by President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
“Everything will be resolved, it always resolves, we’re going to get it resolved,” Trump promised, with his daughter Ivanka nearby.
Rosales was also received by the first lady, Melania Trump, in Mar-a-Lago, the winter residence of the Trump couple in Palm Beach, in South Florida, where they reiterated the Government’s support for the “new leadership in Venezuela” .
On Friday, Rosales received the keys to both Miami-Dade County and the city of Miami.
On Sunday, Rosales plans to visit the Charity of the Copper Chapel to later hold a meeting with the Venezuelan community. (EFEUSA)