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Guyana on track to meet ICJ deadline

Guyana is in the process of completing its’ memorial on the Guyana/Venezuela border controversy, which is expected to be submitted to the International Court...

Venezuela says it will not participate in ICJ proceedings

Venezuela made it known on Monday that it will not be taking part in the proceedings at the International Court of Justice initiated by...

Guyana Legislative Assembly unanimously approves ICJ legal fees

Guyana’s 65 Member National Assembly on Friday unanimously voted to approve some US$4M for the State’s legal defence at the International Court of Justice...

Guyana begins to cash in ExxonMobil signing bonus to cover legal...

Guyana has begun the preliminary process in order to cycle funds from an US$18M signing bonus received from ExxonMobil in 2016, to defend its...

Guyanese urged not to do anything to derail ICJ process as...

Guyana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge, says as the legal process in the Guyana/Venezuela border case advances at the International Court of Justice...

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...