Juan Guaido, President of Venezuela's National Assembly, reacts during a rally against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's government along with also to commemorate the 61st anniversary of the end of the dictatorship of Marcos Perez Jimenez in Caracas, Venezuela January 23, 2019.

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Juan Guaido, President of Venezuela’s National Assembly, reacts during a rally against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s government along with also to commemorate the 61st anniversary of the end of the dictatorship of Marcos Perez Jimenez in Caracas, Venezuela January 23, 2019.

However, only a limited amount of emergency supplies has made the item into the country thus far.

The opposition’s proposed move can be widely seen as an attempt to undermine Maduro’s authority. along with also major international relief organizations have said they are reluctant to assist which has a delivery effort of humanitarian supplies, fearing the situation has become too political sensitive.

the item has made getting basic products into Venezuela, past Maduro’s allied security forces along with also to those of which need the item most, extremely challenging.

Guaido tweeted a picture of himself surrounded by stacks of white pots of vitamin along with also nutritional supplements on Monday. He claimed his team had successfully delivered the first cargo of humanitarian aid, although did not explain where the item came via.

“If Maduro can block humanitarian aid via coming into the country along with also keep the loyalty of security forces then he will move to shut down the National Assembly along with also put Guaido into jail or force him into exile,” IHS’ Moya-Ocampos said.