Venezuela calls British president a “failure”.

Venezuela calls British president a “failure”.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro| Photo: EFE/Miguel Gutierrez

UK Foreign Secretary David Cameron “demanded” the Venezuelan regime on Friday (15) to “take its hands off Latin America” ​​and take care of its “own affairs” after he took a stand at a meeting between Venezuela. and Guyana this Thursday (14) in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

The person who made these statements about Cameroon was the Foreign Minister of the Savista regime, Euan Gil, through his account on X (formerly Twitter).

Gill also attributed the United Kingdom’s “imperial and colonial attitude” to what he called the “theft of Guyana Essequibo” (which Venezuela calls Essequibo) in 1899. British Guiana.

Venezuela considers the arbitration ruling null and void and signed a 1966 Geneva accord with the United Kingdom that provides for a “peaceful and negotiated settlement” of the dispute, which has escalated in the past after the Nicolás Maduro regime held a unilateral referendum. Day 3 annexed the region and ordered the creation of a military division in the province bordering Essequibo.

Maduro and Guyanese President Irfan Ali met on Thursday in the Caribbean nation of St Vincent and the Grenadines, where they vowed not to “threaten each other or use force with regard to Essequibo”. They agreed to continue “direct dialogue”, “without interference from third parties”.

Essequibo is an area of ​​almost 160 thousand square kilometers, rich in natural resources, which is 70% of Guyana’s land area. (with EFE Agency)

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