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VENEZUELAN CALLS FOR FACE-TO-FACE DIALOGUE ON BORDER CONTROVERSY, BUT GUYANA SAYS, “WE ARE PAST THAT”

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has called for a resumption of face-to-face and direct dialogue with Guyana regarding the border controversy. However, the Guyana Government announced on Wednesday that the country has moved beyond face-to-face negotiations and will instead rely on the World Court for a resolution under the 1966 Geneva Agreement. Shemar Alleyne provides more details in this report.

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