Maduro receives UN mediator on the Essequibo controversy

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President Nicolas Maduro at the Palacio de Miraflores welcomes the mediator proposed by the Organization of United Nations (UN), Dag Halvor Nylander, to treat territorial dispute between Venezuela and Guyana by the Essequibo. | Photo: @NicolasMaduro

President Nicolas Maduro welcomed Tuesday the mediator proposed by the Organization of United Nations (UN), Dag Halvor Nylander, to treat territorial dispute between Venezuela and Guyana by the Essequibo.
Thus the Venezuelan President through his account on social networking site Twitter reported it @NicolasMaduro, where is also pointed out that candidate UN Buen officiating of the controversy between Guyana and Venezuela “will consider next steps in mediation efforts”.
> Venezuela and United Nations hold meeting on Essequibo case earlier, the Foreign Minister Delcy Rodríguez held a meeting with Dag Halvor Nylander at the Casa Amarilla Antonio José de Sucre, according to information disclosed by the web portal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Maduro received in Miraflores to mediator proposed United Nations dispute between Venezuela and Guyana https://t.co/PyRgOlnohM pic.twitter.com/aSsIeKWCFK – Correo del Orinoco (@correoorinoco) April 12, 2017. the delegation of the United Nations was formed by Guillermo Kendall, leader of the team of the Caribbean of the Division of the Americas of the Department of political affairs of the United Nations; Juan Jeannet Arce, of the Department of political affairs of the United Nations; and David Hutchison, senior legal advisor to the Office of the Adviser Legal of the Office of Legal Affairs of the United Nations.
In July 2015, Venezuela formally requested the UN designation of a good officiating to mediate in the dispute with Guyana.
The dispute between the two South American Nations reached a complex point in 2015, as a result of the provocations of the international right, which uses the territorial dispute as an excuse to seize Venezuelan oil and undermine the unity of Latin America and the Caribbean.
> Case Essequibo will not take to the Court in the Hague the Government national has reiterated that it will maintain the diplomacy of peace and respect for international law to resolve, through the agreement of Geneva – 1966 -, the dispute over the Essequibo, which was stripped by the British Empire, after the Arbitral award rendered in 1899 in Paris.