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Venezuela made “reckless attempt” to land chopper on ExxonMobil survey vessel...

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In what is being described as a reckless and illegal act, Foreign Minister of Guyana, Carl Greenidge, disclosed on Thursday that the Venezuelan navy...

“Not a squeak from CARICOM” on Venezuela’s latest threat to Guyana’s...

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Almost three days after Venezuela’s navy intercepted a survey vessel contracted to ExxonMobil operating in the western portion of Guyana’s Stabroek Block, the 15-member...

US says Guyana has sovereign right to explore resources offshore as...

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The United States Department of State on Sunday said through its Deputy Spokesperson, Robert Palladino, that the South American country of Guyana has the sovereign...

Guyana plans to lodge complaint with UN over ‘illegal, hostile interception’...

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Guyana said on Saturday evening that it will be lodging a formal complaint with the United Nations over what it described as an “illegal,...

Pact between Guyana and ExxonMobil ‘more than commercial’ in nature

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The decision by US oil major ExxonMobil to conduct a new 3-D seismic survey on the western portion of the Stabroek Block offshore Guyana...

New exploration on western portion of Stabroek Block significant – ASP

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US oil major ExxonMobil’s move to undertake a new 3-D seismic survey covering 12,000 square kilometers on the western portion of the Stabroek Block...

Guyana submits Memorial on Jurisdiction to ICJ in Venezuela border case

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Guyana has submitted its Memorial on Jurisdiction in the case brought against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to confirm, in a final and binding...

Guyana prepared for submission on ICJ jurisdiction in border case -Greenidge

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The lawyers representing Guyana in the case against Venezuela before the International Court of Justice have prepared the memorial and are ready to make...

Guyana legal team preparing for next submission at ICJ as court...

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The International Court of Justice (ICJ), as part of a formal process in the first stage of proceedings, will study the question of jurisdiction...

Int’l community likely to support ICJ’s decision even if Venezuela shuns...

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Former Guyanese Foreign Minister, Rashleigh Jackson is of the view that the international community would be inclined to support the decision of the International...