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U.S. Senator Marco Rubio traveled to the Colombia-Venezuela border on Sunday to visit aid facilities as cargoes with humanitarian resources arrive, aiming to put additional pressure on the Nicolas Maduro administration.
The Florida Republican’s visit comes after a second U.S. cargo of humanitarian aid arrived at the Colombian border on Saturday to help alleviate a burgeoning crisis. The cargoes now sit alongside relief supplies that arrived on Feb. 8. More aid from the U.S. will arrive on Sunday, Rubio tweeted after his arrival in Colombia.
The article goes on to state the following:
Rubio is traveling with U.S. Ambassador to the Organization of American States Carlos Trujillo and Representative Mario Díaz-Balart, another Florida Republican.
I arrived in #Colombia this morning. Today another huge delivery of humanitarian aid for #Venezuela will arrive. I will be meeting with officials leading the effort to store this at the border & prepare it for delivery to the suffering people of #Venezuela. #EstamosUnidosVE
— Senator Rubio Press (@SenRubioPress) February 17, 2019
.@marcorubio, senador de EE.UU.: “Nosotros en el extranjero damos discursos y hacemos políticas para ayudar, pero el mérito y el crédito se lo merece el pueblo de Venezuela”. Sintoniza nuestra señal #EnVIVO #VIVOplay por: https://t.co/1QcPa6bsXs pic.twitter.com/nq0c6IzK1n
— VIVOplay (@vivoplaynet) February 17, 2019
— Univision Noticias (@UniNoticias) February 17, 2019
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