One official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the aid would be prepositioned at the main Colombian-Venezuelan border crossing at Cucuta.
A U.S. official said the aid will be kept at the main Colombian-Venezuelan border crossing at Cucuta with more supplies being prepared in Brazil and in the Caribbean.
In his State of the Union address Tuesday night, US President Donald Trump ratcheted up pressure on the embattled Maduro government, saying that the US stands with the people of Venezuela in their "noble quest for freedom".
The bridge was blocked a day prior by the Venezuelan National Guard with a fuel tanker, two cargo trailers and makeshift fencing near the border town of Cucuta in Colombia.
The spokesman for Guterres, Stéphane Dujarric, said that Guterres "supports the efforts of the global community that will help find a political solution" to the situation in Venezuela.
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Russia, China, and Iran have put their weight behind Maduro, as has Turkey.
Meanwhile, Juan Guaidó, the Venezuelan opposition leader recognized as the country's interim president by the US and several major European countries, has ordered Venezuela's congress to appoint new boards at PDVSA and its USA refining unit Citgo, Reuters reports.
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Sanchez said he wanted Spain to spearhead a plan of humanitarian aid for Venezuela in the European Union and United Nations. A growing list of 38 countries has now recognized Guaido, including non-EU European nations Kosovo, Iceland and Albania.
It is unclear how the aid will get to Venezuela without the blessing of President Nicolas Maduro and cooperation of the Venezuelan military, which has remained loyal to the socialist leader and is stationed on the Venezuelan side of the border.
Guaido has pleaded with the military, the key power behind Maduro's authority, not to block the aid, claiming that up to 300,000 people face death without it.
They have joined the United States in pushing for a change of regime in Venezuela, which is now seeing an acute shortage of medicines and hyperinflation despite being an oil-rich country.
In response to the US, UK, Canada and many European countries coming out to officially recognize Juan Guaidó as Venezuela's interim president, Williamson reminded MPs in Parliament on Tuesday that US intervention in Latin American countries "never ends well".
Maduro broke off diplomatic ties with the United States after Trump recognized Guaido. "We want to see free and fair elections for the people to make a democratic decision in Venezuela".
Venezuela's government said on Monday it would revise bilateral relations with European Union member states that have recognized Guaido as legitimate head-of-state, saying their move would affect relations with Caracas.
Venezuela, he says, is suffering "the largest hemispheric humanitarian crisis in modern history" marked by hyperinflation, recession and shortages of basic necessities such as food and medicine.