President Maduro demands the US not interfere in the territorial controversy with Guyana

By rejecting the statements of the spokesperson of the United States Department of State (USA) on the consultative referendum, the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, demanded Washington to remain apart so that Guyana and Venezuela can resolve the controversy over Guayana Esequiba in peace:

United States, I advise you, get away from here. Let Guyana and Venezuela resolve this matter in peace,” he asserted during his “Con Maduro+” program.

Earlier, State Department spokesman Matthew Miller assured that the territorial controversy “is not something that can be resolved through a referendum.” In this sense, he called on Venezuela and Guyana “to seek a peaceful solution to their dispute.”

So, did the United States removed the President of Guyana from the chair? Because the President of Guyana said that he had the United States troops ready to wage war against Venezuela. In other words, the United States – once again – is acting they way: They make a promise to Guyana, encourage it to provoke Venezuela, and then leave them alone,” he reflected, while pointing out that the change in the North American position could be due to the overwhelming result of the popular consultation on December 3.

The head of state revalidated – in a message addressed to the White House – that the only valid instrument for the resolution of the territorial controversy over Guayana Esequiba is the Geneva Agreement, whose validity the Venezuelan people approved in the consultative referendum with 98.26% of the votes, of according to the second bulletin presented by the National Electoral Council (CNE).