Venezuela sends humanitarian aid to Equatorial Guinea

Caracas, March 14 (Prensa Latina) – Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Ariza said today that a shipment of humanitarian aid has been dispatched to Equatorial Guinea due to the damage caused by the explosions that occurred on March 7 in the city of Bata.

“Given the unfortunate effects that followed the March 7 bombings in Bata, President Nicolas Maduro sent a shipment of humanitarian aid to our brothers in Equatorial Guinea, on a special flight from (the airline) Confiasa,” the headline on social media said.

The Venezuelan Foreign Ministry said in a press release that Deputy Foreign Minister Yuri Pimentel arrived in the affected city to deliver the shipment such as household goods, food and basic necessities.

“We cannot miss a country that we feel is ours, this is what we are for, for friendship and solidarity, especially in difficult times (…), we depend on the people of Venezuela,” the diplomat stressed upon arrival at the embassy. African country.

Several powerful explosions rocked Bata, the commercial center of Equatorial Guinea, in Central Africa, on Sunday, March 7th, causing unfortunate human and material damage.

The outbreak originated in the Nkwantuma barracks and destroyed a large portion of the military installations located in that area, as well as nearby homes and buildings.

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