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Brazil Will Provide Humanitarian Aid for Venezuelans Says Alcolumbre

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The president of the Senate, Davi Alcolumbre said on Tuesday (19), after a meeting at the Planalto Palace, that Brazil will serve as an intermediary for the humanitarian aid of medicines and medicines coming from the United States to Venezuela. He attended a meeting of the Three Powers summit at the request of the President of the Republic, Jair Messias Bolsonaro.

The meeting dealt only with the Venezuelan question. David informed that Bolsonaro wanted to know the opinion of the presidents of the Federal Supreme Court, the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate on whether Brazil should accept or not be a “point of convergence to bring this humanitarian aid to the Venezuelans.”

Representatives of the government of Venezuela’s self-proclaimed president, Juan Guaido, will come to Brazil to seek humanitarian aid provided by the Brazilian government, a spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic, said General Otavio do Rego Barros.

According to a statement from the Itamaraty, read by the spokesperson, the aid “will be made available in Brazilian territory”, in the cities of Boa Vista and Pacaraima, in Roraima, “for the government by the government in charge Juan Guaido, for Venezuelan trucks driven by Venezuelans .”

The Senate president also said he would meet on Tuesday evening at the Senate’s presidential residence with some governors. He wants to hear the point of view of each state on the pension reform.

– The meeting is to listen to the governors about their feeling of what is happening in relation to the pension reform. What they are thinking and what role the Union can have – David said, adding that the states are supporting the Social Security reform because “they are broken.”

Already on this Wednesday (20), Alcolumbre returns to the Planalto Palace to debate with Bolsonaro the pension reform and the anticrime proposal of the Minister of Justice, Sergio Moro.