Guyana’s president denounces “constant territorial threats” from Venezuela at UN

Guyana's president Mohamed Irfaan Ali on Thursday denounced Venezuela's "constant territorial threats" before the United Nations General Assembly.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In his address, the president criticized that "an agreement was recently issued in Mexico (in the framework of negotiations between the Nicolás Maduro regime and the opposition) under which Venezuela's internal factions renewed an unfounded verification."

"Guyana will not be used as a sacrificial altar to settle Venezuela's internal political differences," he said.

And he added: "The two parties (Venezuela and Guyana) are bound by the International Court of Justice's decision."

Earlier, he said that "the world's nations are not united, they are divided. The pandemic revealed our collective failure to . . .

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