Monday, March 4, 2024

Maduro urged Guyana to engage in dialogue and maintain the Geneva Agreement

The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, urged the Government of Guyana this Saturday to continue the dialogue and the principles established in the Geneva Agreement, in order to address the territorial dispute in Essequibo.

Through his social network account

“Guyana and ExxonMobil must sit down and talk to us, the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. From heart and soul, we want Peace and understanding. By all means, all! “Let the world listen to this, with Geneva Agreement, Everything!” he wrote on the social network.

In this sense, he emphasized that the will of the Venezuelan people expressed on December 3, in the consultative referendum for the defense of Essequibo, will be defended.

He stated that this is the response of the popular power to the attacks initiated from Guyana, where he emphasized the threats to place a military base of the United States Southern Command (US) in the territory.

“We opted for direct dialogue with Guyana, but its authorities kicked the Geneva Agreement and began dividing our sea, threatening to set up a military base for the US Southern Command. Aha! They did not trust our cunning, the People came out to defend Guayana Esequiba. “They cannot ignore the sovereign will of Venezuela!” he emphasized.

It is worth noting that this Friday, the National President signed six decrees to make official the measures announced to defend our historic territory in Essequibo.

In the same way, he called on the people to criticize the right-wing groups that, contrary to the national interest, side with Guyana and attack the actions taken to defend Essequibo.

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