Venezuela to Send Brazil More Oxygen for COVID-19 Treatment, Maduro says

“Anything is possible when there is solidarity, brotherhood, peace and love between peoples, and in this case there is, between the people of Brazil and Venezuela,” Maduro said.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Venezuela will send further shipments of oxygen to help neighboring Brazil treat COVID-19 patients, President Nicolas Maduro said on Tuesday, after sending a convoy of oxygen-filled trucks to the Amazonian city of Manaus last month.

Maduro, a socialist, has a tense relationship with Brazilian right-wing President Bolsonaro, who said in January the Venezuelan oxygen was welcome but that Maduro should focus on helping Venezuelans.

Maduro said on Tuesday that three trucks were currently loading with oxygen produced by Venezuelan state-owned steel company Sidor. Two would be destined for Brazil’s northern Amazonas . . .

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