As Guyana finds more oil reserves, it wants border dispute with Venezuela settled

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Miami Herald

Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaidó don’t agree on much. But last month, the two adversaries did find common ground on at least one thing — where Venezuela’s border begins — and neighboring Guyana isn’t happy. During talks in Mexico mediated by Norway, Maduro and Guaidó agreed that the oil-rich Essequibo region that Guyana claims as its own belongs to Venezuela and rejected the International Court of Justice’s role in settling a border dispute over the region. The two went as far as making their position known in the long-running territorial dispute by inking it …

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