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Maduro said that he holds out hope of meeting the U.S. president soon to resolve a crisis triggered by America's recognition of opponent Juan Guaido as Venezuela's rightful leader.
Venezuela is plagued by hyperinflation and major shortages of basic goods, and two men -- opposition leader Juan Guaido and President Nicolas Maduro -- are vying for control of the country.
US aid has been piling up in Colombia at the border with crisis-hit Venezuela but until now the bridge border crossing has been barricaded by the military, under Maduro's orders.
The All India Peace and Solidarity Organisation Kerala (AIPSO) has strongly condemned the imperialistic interventions of the US in Venezuela.
According to Augusto Montiel, the oil barrel sale to India has come from 500,000 barrels per day to 400,000 barrels.
Such a decline casts shadow on the global market as Venezuela is one of the biggest oil producers in the world.
The funds will be transferred through partners and neighbouring countries to help them support the South American nation.
Already recognised by the United States, Canada, Australia and several Latin American countries, Guaido is trying to force the socialist leader from power so he can set up a transitional government.
On Friday, US National Security Adviser John Bolton tweeted that Washington would proceed with plans to send humanitarian aid to Venezuela.
The reason stated for their arrest was that they had been working in a "security zone," he said.
Protesters said they were heeding the opposition's call for another mass demonstration despite the heavy-handed response by security forces over the last week to quell anti-government protests.
The Supreme Court did not strip him of his legislative immunity, though the new investigation may signal that Maduro is moving to take a more punitive approach.
The number of arrests in a day is tallied to be highest in a single day in at least 20 years.
Millions of Venezuelans have been left in poverty or fled the country due to an economic crisis, marked by hyperinflation and shortages of basic necessities, began in 2014.