Yes. Venezuela has a severe humanitarian crisis due to fuel shortages:So essentially Iran and Venezuela are helping each other economically and for humanitarian purpose. Absolutely nothing wrong with that.
"US has asked fuel suppliers to avoid sending petrol to Venezuela despite worsening humanitarian crisis.
Petrol shortages in Venezuela are worsening after United States officials told foreign firms to refrain from supplying fuel to the sanctioned South American nation and only provide diesel, five people familiar with the situation told Reuters News Agency.
Since late 2019, US officials have asked most of Venezuela's fuel suppliers to avoid sending petrol to the crisis-stricken nation. In the latest round of calls in early March between US officials and oil firms, they repeated the ban, despite worsening humanitarian conditions in the country, one of the sources said.
The US Treasury Department sanctioned Venezuela's state-run Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) more than a year ago as a measure to overthrow socialist President Nicolas Maduro
To increase the pressure on Caracas, the US this year sanctioned PDVSA's main trade partners Rosneft Trading and TNK Trading International, both subsidiaries of Rosneft.
Venezuela's government blames US sanctions for restricting imports of additives and spare parts needed to run the facilities and has pledged to restart fuel output at the 146,000bpd El Palito refinery.
The resulting shortages of motor fuel have disrupted shipments of food and prevented doctors from arriving at their hospital shifts.
Ana Veronica Herrero, a 32-year-old resident of the western city of Maracaibo, said she could not find petrol to transport her mother to the hospital after she had a heart attack last Thursday."