Maritime delimitation talks on hold due to Venezuela unrest

The meeting between technical teams from George-town and Caracas to discuss delimitation of the maritime boundaries of Guyana and Venezuela has not been held due to the ongoing protests in the neighbouring country.

“Due to the current situation in Venezuela, the meeting will have to be held at a later date. We have already indicated this to the Venezuelans, that is, we are ready at any time so we will await their setting of a new date,” Director General of the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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