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CARIBBEAN: Venezuela demands Gov’t of Guyana to correct aspects of maritime boundary

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President of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro

President of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro

CMC – Venezuela has issued a formal demand to Guyana for the government to immediately correct an aspect of its maritime boundary related to the Essequibo River.

An unofficial translation of a statement from Venezuela notes that –  “The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela has sent today, through the Ministry of Popular Power for Foreign Affairs, a note of protest to the Guyanese government demanding immediate correction of that Point 1.”

Caracas has condemned  what it says is Georgetown’s recurring provocations,” stating that the former British colony appeared bent on “stoking a conflict between brother countries” and “legitimating the imperialist pretensions against Peace the region.”

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4 comments

  1. a day ago
    Maduro is just being childish and the entire CARICOM which includes Guyana have denounced Venezuela's actions! The Venezuelan President seem to be feeling the effects of his failed economics - of his multilateral barter-trade styled agreements a bit too soon and too painful, consequently seeking to take advantage on it's only English neighbor, partner and the last South American country to realize strategic economic interests on the continent! Maduro's premise that this land belong's to Venezuela is only true in the minds of those he has brainwashed by all historical accounts. What a low dirty shame. This is not like the English occupation of Hong Kong, the Japanese occupation of Manchuria, the Russian occupation of Ukraine and the likes. Maduro needs to stop using such petty excuses and perceptions to misguide Venezuelans from the realities of his inundated social policies.

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  2. wHY HAS THE TALK ON ALBA GONE SILENT? FAILED POLITICAL STRATEGIST WITH fANATIC MORONIC FOLLOWERS.

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  3. Venezuela or Spanish Guyana historically, keeps on picking on British Guyana whenever their economy is in trouble. Go to the British Government with your claim gringo! Who is next? Dominica?

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  4. Well Guyana, you're on your own with this one. CARICOM prime ministers may be quick to write letters to Dominican Republic about unfair treatment of Hatians, but except Kamla, don't expect them to raise any major protest against Venezuela, even if it invaded Guyana. I mean, why would they bite the hand that feeds them (and their election campaigns)?

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