Vice President Delcy Rodriguez present in The Hague to defend historical rights over the Essequibo

This Thursday, November 17, begins in The Hague, an administrative city of the Netherlands, the International Court of Justice with the rounds of preliminary incidents where Venezuela will object to the inadmissibility of Guyana Essequiba.

The Vice President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Delcy Rodriguez, will defend the inalienable and legitimate rights of Venezuela over the Essequibo.

On January 7, the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, sent a letter addressed to the President of the International Court of Justice, Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf, where he demands to guarantee the Venezuelan nation the right to defense in all concerning the territorial dispute over the Essequibo.

Said letter was made to request the extension of the hearing requested by the president of the ICJ for January 25, asking that it be held in April, in person and with all the corresponding security measures: “The central objective of this entire stage is the union of all Venezuelans and we must communicate to the world that the Essequibo is ours and we defend it”, stressed the national Dignitary.

We were received by the Netherlands Chancellory in The Hague to participate in the hearings on the preliminary objections, presented by Venezuela against Guyana’s unilateral claim before the International Court of Justice. The Sun of Venezuela is born in the Essequibo!”

Delcy Rodríguez (@delcyrodriguezv) November 15, 2022