Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guido on Sunday warned the Venezuelan army that it was barred from registering humanitarian aid in Colombia to Venezuela.
Tons of food have been pouring into the United States since Thursday in stores in the Colombian town of Kuta near the Tiantitas bridge
And an Israeli army soldier, the Moroccan army prevented the entry of humanitarian aid
"The regime must realize that there are responsibilities that must be borne, it is a crime against humanity," said Guido, admitted by some 40 countries as Venezuela's president-elect.
Amido, who is also the speaker of parliament, said: "The military turns into executioners and responsible for genocide when they assassinate young demonstrators and do not prevent the entry of humanitarian aid into Venezuela."
Guido was away from his teacher at a Mass in the Caracas church, accompanied by his wife Fabiana Rosales and their 20-month-old daughter.
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The death toll now stands at about 40 by 21 January, according to the United Nations.
For his part, President Nicolas Maduro said that Washington, Hita, "fabricated" this humanitarian emergency situation to intervene in Venezuela.
He also describes Maduro as a "political review" and sees shortages of food and medicine.