Guyana investigating two Venezuelan fighter jets having invaded its airspace

The police report indicates that two Venezuelan fighter jets entered Guyana’s airspace when they flew over the Iteringbang police station and the Guyana Defense Force base before returning to their home countries.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The government of Guyana is studying the alleged violation of its airspace by military aircraft from Venezuela, which were to be flying over the police and army installations of the South American country in a border area.

Officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Guyana confirmed on Wednesday, March 3rd, the start of an investigation into an accident that occurred on Tuesday afternoon in the Itringbang mining region near the border with Venezuela where there is a military airport.

The police report indicates that two Venezuelan fighter jets entered Guyana’s airspace when they flew . . .

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