Venezuela will defend its rights and reverse the effects of the UK’s fraudulent actions

Minister of Foreign Affairs, evan generation, He confirmed on Wednesday that the United Kingdom is trying to “ignore” the commitments it made with Venezuela after signing the Geneva Convention in 1966 on the territory of Guiana-Esquipa.

In his account

“The desperation of the former imperial powers is clear: The United Kingdom of Great Britain, which has illegally occupied the Venezuelan territory of Guiana-Esquipa, is in flagrant violation of the Geneva Convention of 1966, “They are trying to ignore their obligations,” Gill wrote, attaching the post with the title of the English ambassador’s statement.

He also stressed that the country will continue to defend “legitimate” rights in the disputed territories and will reverse the effects of the “fraudulent” actions of the European nation and its “local henchmen.”

He also rejected statements by the US Ambassador to Guyana, Nicole Theriot, who on November 28 asked Venezuela to stop “intensifying its demand” on Essequibo.

“Just as in 1899, the United States and the United Kingdom of Great Britain are colluding against the legitimate rights of the Venezuelan people in Guiana Esquipa. Today they are trying to perpetuate their fraud through judicial colonialism on behalf of ExxonMobil and with the support of its employees in Guyana.”

In his opinion, this statement constitutes “contempt” for international law and is clear evidence of the intentions of ExxonMobil and Guyana to seize the disputed territories.

In this sense, he renewed the call to participate in the consultative referendum on Essequibo next Sunday, December 3.

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