13 June 2021
Colombia will cancel border mobility card to pro-Maduro governors, mayors and deputies: Omar Prieto, Érika Farias, Sandra Oblitas, José Vicente Rangel, Willy Casanova and Jean Carlos García, among those affected
Maduro orders to double military presence at Las Tienditas bridge
2 year ago
Sen. Rubio: Over 50 metric tons of humanitarian aid from the U.S. is in Colombia. The Post-Maduro future of military leaders in Venezuela will depend in large part on whether or not they allow that aid to reach the people of Venezuela.
2 year ago
ELN releases Colombian soldier kidnapped a month ago on the border with Venezuela
Trucks with humanitarian aid at storage on the border with Venezuela
At this moment 9 trucks with humanitarian aid to Venezuela arrive at the collection center in Cúcuta.
The first containers full of humanitarian aid for Venezuelans arrived at gathering point in Cucuta
The first trucks with humanitarian aid to Venezuela arrive at the collection centre in Cúcuta.
Humanitarian aid containers for Venezuelans arrive at the "Las Tienditas" collection center in Cúcuta, Colombia
Situation at the Tienditas bridge on the Venezuelan border. To receive the first trucks that will pass aid to the collection center.
Colombia's anti-riot team arrives at the Tienditas bridge, at border with Táchira, Venezuela, where humanitarian aid is expected
Humanitarian aid comes to Norte de Santander. Police of @PoliciaNteSder escort caravan. In the next hours they will arrive to Cucuta
The first shipment of humanitarian aid to Venezuela from the US arrived in Cúcuta.2 year ago
The first shipment of humanitarian aid to Venezuela from the US arrived in Cúcuta.
Cúcuta: Tienditas Bridge between Venezuela and Colombia is still blocked as this morning
Two truck that arrived in the municipality of Girón and that came from Bogota, left a few hours ago with 100 tons of humanitarian aid towards the border of Cucuta with Venezuela.
Aerial images of the blockade executed by the Maduro regime on the border bridges with Colombia to prevent the entry of humanitarian aid.
"There are already planes that have arrived in Colombia, they are in the process so that everything is gathered in Cúcuta": MFA @CarlosHolmesTru on humanitarian aid for Venezuela
This is the warehouse where humanitarian aid for Venezuela would be stored
Venezuela maintains the blockade of two lanes on the Tienditas bridge
Colombia reinforced security on the Tienditas bridge: They maintain route for humanitarian aid
"Bolivarian National Guard" and the National police arguing in the city of Ureña, Venezuela next to the Colombian border. While local residents screaming let the foreign aid pass while blocking the streets with bikes.
Joint commission of international representatives supervised the border crossings between Venezuela and Colombia. In addition, the observer of the Coalition of Human Rights arrived in Cúcuta to participate in meetings for the arrival of humanitarian aid.
Director of @MigracionCol arrived to Norte de Santander to review the current status of the border crossings with Venezuela. "We continue working to find a solution to the crisis in our sister country" - Christian Krüger
National Guard blocks access at the new Las Tienditas Bridge. Tachira
[email protected] says FARC deserter chief killed in Colombia received support from Venezuela
Blocked the new bridge in Cúcuta.
Colombian Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes: Colombia is cooperating to get humanitarian aid to Venezuela
This is right now Páramo del Almorzadero (Chitagá - Silos) The community requests urgent support, the destruction of the ecosystem advances without containment.
Deputy @Miguel_Pizarro: What is coming to Cúcuta is from three sources of aid, Venezuelan companies based in Colombia; aid sent by the Colombian government; and a part of what is offered from the United States.
[email protected] is meeting with his counterparts from Colombia and Brazil at the @StateDept Tuesday afternoon - the crisis in Venezuela is likely to top the agenda.
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