Venezuela and United Nations hold meeting on case Essequibo

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The Essequibo was stripped by the British Empire after the Arbitral award rendered in 1899 in France. | Photo: AVN

The Minister for Foreign Affairs Delcy Rodríguez, and the candidate of good Office of the Organization of Nations (UN), Dag Nylander, held a meeting to resolve the territorial dispute between Venezuela and Guyana on the Essequibo.

Chancellor @DrodriguezVen held meeting with good officiating candidate before territorial dispute with Guyana. pic.twitter.com/xOW7NKbivt – Cancilleriavenezuela (@vencancilleria) April 11, 2017 Venezuela requested in July 2015 United Nations designation of a good officiating to mediate the dispute with Guyana.
> Case Essequibo will not take to the Court in the Hague the Government of Venezuela reiterated that it will maintain the diplomacy of peace and respect for international law to resolve, through the Geneva agreement, signed in 1966, the dispute over the Essequibo, which was stripped by the British Empire, after the arbitration award issued in 1899 in Paris, France. 

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