Venezuela rejects warmongering statements by the president of Guyana

Venezuela calls for a diplomatic dialogue and rejects the warmongering statements issued by the president of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, Irfaan Ali, during a media show held on Friday, October 27, in the territory of Guyana Essequiba,” this is reflected in an official communiqué published by the Chancellor of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Yván Gil, on his official account on the X social network.

Following, the full text of the Communiqué:

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela rejects the warmongering statements by the President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, Irfaan Ali, during a Media Show held last Friday, October 27, in the territory of Guyana Essequiba.

Following instructions of the Southern Command of the United States, which has given them ordrs to escalade on their actions, president Ali has shown a conduct contrary to the commitments assumed in the Geneva Agreement of 1966, which defines the route to follow in order to solve the territorial controversy between Guyana and Venezuela.

Venezuela once again denounces the buying of the entire Guyanese leadership by the Exxon Mobil Company, a transnational that designs the plans of threat and attack to the Venezuelan People, and steals the resources that belongs to it.

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, in defense of its legitimate and historic rights over the Guayana Essequiba, exhorts the Cooperative Republic of Guyana to throw off the warmongering career, to assume the diplomatic dialogue and to abandon the illegal actions, which are contrary to the Geneva Agreement, which is the valid instrument for solving the territorial controversy between both countries.”

Caracas, October 28, 2023