US Ambassador: Venezuelan Post-Katrina Aid Welcome
By Michael Bowman
06 September 2005
The U.S. ambassador to Venezuela says the United States is appreciative of Venezuelan offers of assistance to the victims of Hurricane Katrina, but that criticism by President Hugo Chavez of the Bush administration's response to the disaster is inappropriate.
Ambassador William Brownfield told VOA the United States welcomes President Chavez' offer of up to five million dollars in fuel assistance to U.S. hurricane victims and the poor through Venezuela's state-owned oil company.
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