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Fr. Commonwealth SG leads Guyana defense in ICJ border case   

Former Commonwealth Secretary-General, Sir Shridath Ramphal, will again lead the Guyanese legal team of defense lawyers in a border controversy case, this time against...

Legal team compiling report on UN border controversy ruling

A legal team of advisors at Guyana’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Relations and Co-operations, is currently finalizing its report charting a roadmap for...

“The Good Offices process as Guyanese know it has finished” –...

Venezuela has objected to a decision by United Nation’s (UN) Secretary General (SG), Antonio Gueteres, to refer its border objections with Guyana to the...

UN decision on border controversy first major step towards lasting resolution...

Guyana’s Minister with responsibility for the petroleum sector says the recently announced decision of the United Nation’s Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, to refer the...

President Granger welcomes UN decision on border controversy with Venezuela

Guyana’s Head of State, President David Granger has hailed the decision to refer the controversy arising out of the claim by the Bolivarian Republic...

Border controversy between South American oil neighbours headed for ICJ

A bitter border controversy between oil giant Venezuela and its eastern neighbour, Guyana, has been referred to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) by...