Venezuelan government serves people affected by rains

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Thousands of families have been left homeless after heavy floods. | Photo: File

After the heavy rains that have occurred in recent days in Venezuela, exactly in Apure State (west), Guasdualito population, representatives of the National Executive on Friday they went to serve the population.

“We came to the state Apure to bring more aid to the people of Guasdualito accompanied by Governor (Ramón Carrizales),” the vice president of Political Sovereignty, Security and Peace, Minister of the Office of the Presidency Management and Monitoring Government Carmen Melendez, through their account on the social network Twitter.

Receiving the first planeload of sanitary towels, diapers and medicine. Help for the people of #Guasdualito pic.twitter.com/hNHnJPBCXc

– Carmen Melendez (gestionperfecta) July 3, 2015

Melendez said the minister of citizenship and the members of the Bolivarian National Armed Force (fanbase) work to mitigate the damage caused by the rains and bring aid to the neediest sectors of the Apure town.

#Guasdualito Continue to meet the needs and requirements of the people, we’ll be here to support! pic.twitter.com/p3X9z5qcpG

– Carmen Melendez (gestionperfecta) July 3, 2015