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UN SECURITY COUNCIL MET TO DISCUSS TERRITORIAL DISPUTE BETWEEN GUYANA AND VENEZUELA


On Tuesday, the United Nations Security Council held a private session to deliberate on and respond to Venezuela’s recent declaration of Guyana’s Essequibo region as a new Venezuelan state. This meeting signifies the international community’s concern over the escalating territorial dispute and its potential implications for regional stability. Tiana Cole provides more details in her report.

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