03/05/2021

Venezuela rejects January 24 Cooperative Republic of Guyana Communiqué upon operation of the Bolivarian National Navy

Venezuela rejects January 24 Cooperative Republic of Guyana Communiqué upon operation of the Bolivarian National Navy

Venezuela rejects January 24 Cooperative Republic of Guyana Communiqué upon operation of the Bolivarian National Navy

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Venezuela rejects January 24 Cooperative Republic of Guyana Communiqué upon operation of the Bolivarian National Navy and reiterates that it will not allow illegal incursions of any kind into its territory, exercising the defense of its sovereignty

Venezuela rejects January 24 Cooperative Republic of Guyana Communiqué upon operation of the Bolivarian National Navy
Venezuela rejects January 24 Cooperative Republic of Guyana Communiqué upon operation of the Bolivarian National Navy

On January 24, 2021, in relation to the custody activity by the Bolivarian National Navy that led to the interception of two Guyanese ships, called “Nardy Nayera” and “Sea Wolf”, which were engaged in illegal fishing in waters of full sovereignty and jurisdiction of Venezuela, without also having any type of legal documentation.
Cooperative Republic of Guyana Communiqué upon operation of the Bolivarian National Navy

The communiqué also states that the Cooperative Republic of Guyana incurs in a flagrant interference in internal affairs, by also incorporating a series of absurd and erratic objections to the recent promulgation of a Venezuelan territorial planning decree that exclusively postulates the formulation of public policies for maritime development in the exclusive and uncontroversial territory of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

The Venezuelan Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterated the aspirations to maintain relations of respect, cooperation and good neighborliness, as well as ratifying its offer of sincere dialogue, without hidden agendas, in order to create an environment conducive to understanding, within the framework of the International Law and, particularly, the 1966 Geneva Agreement.