San Vicente supports Venezuelan diplomacy of peace in the Essequibo issue

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The chancellor Rodriguez addresses the issue of Essequibo with Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves, who explains the historical reasons for the struggle of the territory. | Photo: Madeleintelesur

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, held a meeting on Wednesday with Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves, with whom he discussed the historical reasons of Venezuela in the dispute over the Essequibo keeping with Guyana.

The information was confirmed by the special envoy of Telesur, Madelein Garcia, through their account on the social network Instagram, where he noted that Gonsalves Wednesday received the Chancellor.

Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines joins the voices of other Caribbean countries who support dialogue as the situation settles Guyana with Venezuela.Ralph Gonsalves supports peace diplomacy has assumed the Venezuelan government on the issue of #EsequiboDrodriguezVen
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According to the journalist, the head of gobieron joined the voices of other Caribbean countries who support dialogue output to territorial conflict. “Gonsalves supports peace diplomacy has assumed the Venezuelan government on the issue of Essequibo” he said.

Venezuela and St. Vincent friendships ratify Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves supports peace talks between Venezuela and Guyana to resolve the situation #Esequibo
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Upon arrival in the Caribbean nation, Rodriguez was received by his counterpart Camillo Gonsalves.

Prior to his trip to San Vicente Rodriguez he was in Dominican Republic, where he met with President Danilo Medina, who said he was “very receptive” in relation to the arguments of the defense of the Essequibo and called for a diplomatic solution.

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Chancellor’s visit is part of the tour he made his authorities by the Caribbean islands in defense of the territory of Essequibo after the Government of Guyana violated the Geneva agreement signed in 1966, which states that this zone It should be exploited as an area in claim unless both nations agree.The Government of Guyana has failed international standards in more than 15 occasions and has granted concessions to foreign companies to exploit the Essequibo. The most recent was granted to Exxon Mobil, US oil company discovered a site in the territory.