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The Foreign Minister of Venezuela Believes That Guyana Doesn’t Have Intentions of Resolving the Territorial Dispute

Caracas, The foreign minister of Venezuela, Delcy Rodriguez, denounced that the government of Guyana has a hidden agenda contrary to the intention of solving the territorial dispute with her country, published today the website of the Foreign Ministry.

We have given details of how it was the behavior of the new authorities in Guyana in line with corporate interests to create disintegration in the region, said Rodriguez, who met Monday in Saint John with Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Brown.

She noted that Venezuela will rescue the Essequibo territory with peace, against the voices seeking an escalation ascent different from diplomatic means.

In Antigua and Barbuda, Rodriguez explained and the representatives of the government of that country the historical reasons of the dispute over the refusal of the Guyanese government to seek a diplomatic and peaceful solution to this territorial dispute.

Venezuelan Foreign Minister yesterday resumed a Caribbean tour to make the case for her government to claim sovereign rights over the territory of more than 159 thousand square kilometers taken from her country.


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