The US president Donald Trump persistently requested the military of Venezuela to be agreed to accept the amnesty offer of the Venezuelan opposition leader ,as well as self-declared President Juan Guido  or be ready to stand to “ lose everything”, as an emergency intensified over US President Nicolas Maduro’s turndown to let in miserably required humanitarian aid.

Supplying the humanitarian aid is decisive to the vivacity of the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guido, who condemned the re-election of Nicolas Maduro in the last year as fraudulent and in January announced himself as interim President, a revolutionary move acknowledged by some 50 countries.

He has allocated a deadline until Saturday for the Maduro government to let shipments of direct US aid into the crisis-devastated Venezuela, which is in the grasp of a humanitarian crisis due to a scarcity of food and medicines heightened by hyperinflation.

Conveying the supporters and Venezuelan expatriates in Miami, the US President told he had a message for the officials assisting to keep Nicolas Maduro in place. He added, “The eyes of the entire world are upon you today, every day and every day in the future ”.

He also added, “ You cannot hide from the choice that now confronts you. You can choose to accept president Guido’s generous offer of amnesty to live your life in peace with your families and your countrymen. Or you can choose the second path: continuing to support Maduro. If you choose this path, you will find no safe harbor, no easy exit and no way out. You will lose everything. Or you can choose the second path: continuing to support Maduro. If you choose this path, you will find no safe harbor, no easy exit and no way out. You will lose everything.”

Self-declared Venezuelan President has set a target of agreement to a million volunteers to assist bring in the aid.

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