The Presidential State Commission for the Guarantee of Territorial Integrity and Border Affairs, holds a meeting led by the Executive Vice President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, with the purpose of discussing the guarantee of territorial integrity and the renewal of issues bordering the nation and, essentially, with the Geneva Agreement of 1966.
The central theme of this activity was the defense of the sovereignty of Venezuela, on the limits of the territory of Guayana Esequiba, this in relation to the commemoration of the 57th anniversary of the current Geneva Agreement of 1966, where the rights of Venezuelan sovereignty, over the territory of Guyana, last February.
The purpose of this agreement is to generate fundamental recommendations in the study, analysis, follow-up and control of the comprehensive policy of the State, in addition to ordering, rescuing and putting into full force, all the work that has been done for centuries on Guayana Esequiba.
It should be noted that last November 2022, at the preliminary objections hearing, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela demonstrated its historical rights and Guyana’s non-competition in its claim before the International Court of Justice.
The activity was attended by the Sectoral Vice President of Political Sovereignty, Security and Peace, G/J Vladimir Padrino López; the Attorney General of the Republic, Reinaldo Muñoz; the foreign minister of Venezuela, Yvan Gil; the ambassador to the UN, Samuel Moncada; the People’s Power Minister for Petroleum, Pedro Tellechea; the president of the Bank for Economic and Social Development of Venezuela (Bandes), Héctor Obregón; the expert in law and agent of the Committee in Defense of the Essequibo, before the International Court of Justice, Elsie Rosales and the sector vice president of Communication, Culture and Tourism, Freddy Ñañez. Likewise, an outstanding legal diplomatic team and historians of the country.
Venezuela promotes the Bolivarian Diplomacy of Peace and has extended its message to the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, to reach a practical and satisfactory agreement.