The United States presented a draft resolution on Venezuela to the United Nations Security Council, which triggered a Russian proposal.
The US draft resolution calls for international deliveries and presidential elections in Venezuela, highlighting "deep concern over violence and excessive use of force by Venezuelan security forces against unarmed, peaceful protesters."
The United States expressed "full support for the National Assembly as the only democratically elected institution in Venezuela," a copy of the text received from the AFP news agency said.
In response, Moscow has come up with an alternative resolution, voicing concern over Venezuela's territorial integrity and political independence.
The Russian project criticizes any "attempts to intervene on issues that are essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of Venezuela." US Sponsors Campaign for International Recognition of Venezuelan Opposition Leader and Chief of Elected Legislative Authority of the Country Juan Guido for President Nicola Maduro
Last month, Guido was declared temporary head of state.
While no date for voting on the US project has yet been set, negotiations continue
By demonstrating support for President Maduro's regime, Russia is likely to use its veto to block the US resolution, according to diplomats . Military victory
Meanwhile, Colonel Ruben Pas Jimenez, deputy director of the Maracaibo Military Hospital, declared his support for Guaido.
In a video broadcast on social media Sunday, the military leader said that "90 percent" of his colleagues in the armed forces were dissatisfied and urged his colleagues to allow humanitarian aid in Venezuela.
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sent by the US, recently arrived in the Colombian town of Kukuta on the border with Venezuela. "Venezuela will not allow the spectacle of false humanitarian aid because no one is a beggar," Maduro said. "Venezuela does not suffer from the humanitarian crisis created by Washington over the past four years to justify the interference in our country."
He accused the food and medicine shortages of US sanctions, which are mainly directed at individuals from regime, as well as to the state-owned oil company PDVSA
"Free the money that was blocked and isolated," Maduro said, "It's a terrible game. We squeeze them on the neck and make them ask for crumbs. "
He said the offer of help was" a message of humiliation for the people. "
On Friday, Guyado said he was ready to take all necessary measures, including the resolution of US military intervention, to force Maduro from power and to ease the humanitarian crisis.
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