The Crimson Cross (IFRC) says that it could possibly start distributing essential help provides to crisis-hit Venezuela in two weeks.
IFRC head Francesco Rocca mentioned the group may initially assist 650,000 struggling a scarcity of meals and medication.
The federal government of President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition are each mentioned to again the help transfer.
Opposition chief Juan Guaidó mentioned the federal government had “recognised its failure by accepting the existence of a fancy humanitarian emergency”.
In February, Mr Maduro used the army to dam an effort led by Mr Guaidó to usher in US-backed humanitarian help convoys.
Mr Guaidó, the top of the opposition-controlled Nationwide Meeting, declared himself interim president in January, profitable the help of greater than 50 international locations, together with the US.
Mr Maduro regarded the help convoys as a veiled US invasion.
What has the Crimson Cross mentioned?
Talking at a information convention in Caracas, Mr Rocca mentioned: “We estimate that in a interval of roughly 15 days we shall be prepared to supply assist. We hope to assist 650,000 individuals at first.”
Mr Rocca mentioned Venezuela had met the situations for humanitarian work to be carried out.
Mr Rocca mentioned the IFRC would want to have the ability to act with “impartiality, neutrality and independence” and no interference.
Mr Guaidó mentioned on Twitter that the IFRC announcement was a “nice victory in our wrestle”.
The BBC’s Will Grant says the settlement on help is an implicit acknowledgement from President Maduro that there’s certainly a humanitarian disaster in Venezuela, regardless of his repeated denials over current years.
Mr Maduro has but to remark publicly on the transfer however, our correspondent says, is prone to paint it because the consequence of a Washington-backed financial warfare.
The US welcomed the announcement as a “actual alternative” and mentioned it might be “pleased to place a few of our help into this methodology of reaching the Venezuelan individuals”.
Hyperinflation and a scarcity of provides has meant meals and medication are sometimes unaffordable, resulting in malnutrition.
How are Maduro and Guaidó in battle?
They every declare to be the constitutional president of Venezuela.
Shortly after Mr Guaidó declared himself interim chief, his belongings have been frozen and the Supreme Court docket, dominated by authorities loyalists, positioned a journey ban on him.
However the 35-year-old opposition chief defied that ban final month when he toured Latin American international locations to garner help.
Mr Guaidó has continued to name for President Maduro to step apart and has urged the safety forces, which have primarily been loyal to the federal government, to change sides.