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Guyana wants ICJ to settle Venezuela border claim

President David Granger on Tuesday widened his international call for the Guyana-Venezuela border controversy to be taken International Court of Justice (ICJ) when he addressed the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

Maduro Invites Granger to a face to face meeting in NY

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has extended an invitation to President David Granger to a one-on-one meeting ahead of addressing world leaders at the 70th UN General Assembly meeting in New York on Tuesday.

CARICOM heads mediate conflict between Venezuela and Guyana

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS, July, 4, 2015 - In an effort to resolve the dispute between Guyana and Venezuela over new territorial claims by Venezuela, that country's  Vice-president Jorge Arreaza and Foreign Affairs Minister Elias Jaua Milano, yesterday met with CARICOM leaders in the margins of the regional summit.

Granger wants CARICOM to reject obnoxious Venezuela claim

Bridgetown, Barbados –  President of Guyana Brigadier (Rtd.) David Granger, has implored the Caribbean Community to reaffirm its collective support for the principles enshrined in international law for safeguarding territorial integrity, sovereignty and national independence.
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