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U S SAYS GUYANA VENEZUELA BORDER CONTROVERSY CANNOT BE SETTLED BY A REFERENDUM

The United States State Department has stated unequivocally that the resolution of the Guyana-Venezuela border controversy cannot be settled through a referendum. The department’s spokesperson emphasized the importance of respecting the Arbitral Award, noting that it should remain in effect unless Guyana and Venezuela mutually agree to a new arrangement or a competent legal authority rules otherwise. This statement from the U.S. State Department adds an international dimension to the ongoing dispute, highlighting the need for adherence to established legal frameworks in resolving such territorial issues. Shemar Allen provides more details on the U.S. State Department’s stance.

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