11 February, 2019 02:22 PM
Updated on 11 February 2019 2:23 PM
Omar Prieto, Zulia's state ruler, threatened Monday to go into the house of challenging leaders to Nicolás Maduro if humanitarian aid gets into the country.
"At any time, the Chavista people will be confused and we do not go to the Town Hall, we're going to go where they wait because the gringos are blowing here we need to look at the leaders and the girls, "he said. Dark.
Zulia's ruler said that allowing humanitarian help to enter the country was to attack aggression.
"To take forward our sovereignty, that is the humanitarian support that they propose," he finished.
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