Tag: Essequibo

Guyana rules out “offensive actions” against Venezuela after ship arrives

Guyana rules out “offensive actions” against Venezuela after ship arrives

The Vice President of Guyana, Bharrat Jagdeoassured this Thursday that his country “has no plan to take offensive actions”. Venezueladepicting the arrival of a British warship at the Guyanese coasts. Also read: Maduro orders “defensive action” upon arrival of British ship in Guyana ‘It is not about waging wars, but about better monitoring our wars […]

You have to be on the right side of history: the President of Guyana versus Petro

You have to be on the right side of history: the President of Guyana versus Petro

The territorial dispute continues between Guyana and Venezuela after Nicholas Maduro held a referendum in which, according to official data, more than 90% of voters supported the Caribbean country’s annexation of the territory of the Essequibo. Considering this the President of Guyana, Irfaan Ali, He described his Venezuelan counterpart’s actions as threats to the region […]

The US announces military exercises in Guyana, in full tension with Venezuela

The US announces military exercises in Guyana, in full tension with Venezuela

This exercise is based on routine operations, according to the Guyanese media statement, but coincides with an escalation of tensions between Guyana and Venezuela and with statements by Caracas against the presence of the Southern Command in the neighboring country. The U.S. military will continue to work with the GDF in disaster preparedness, air and […]

Maduro proposes a law to annex the disputed territory with Guyana

Maduro proposes a law to annex the disputed territory with Guyana

Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro on Tuesday proposed creating a law to implement the results of Sunday’s referendum, in which Venezuelans unilaterally agreed to the annexation of nearly 160,000 square kilometers of territory in dispute with Guyana , under the control of Georgetown. It is an “organic law to regulate the establishment of the state of […]

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