Venezuelan Maduro Baselessly Accuses Guyana’s Ali of Violating Treaty of Geneva

Venezuela’s National Assembly unanimously approved a national referendum that would seek support for Venezuela’s “defense” of the disputed Essequibo, a resource-rich strip of land controlled and administered by Guyana, “against the American empire,” Reuters reported on September 23, citing Foreign Affairs Minister Yvan Gil Pinto.

Guyana’s president Irfaan Ali responded, saying Venezuela’s move is an “affront to the rule of international law.”


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