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The U.K. Denies Venezuela Access to Gold for Food and Medicines

The United Kingdom's High Court Thursday decided that opposition lawmaker Juan Guaido can access 31 tons of Venezuelan gold held in the Bank of England, which prevents President Nicolas Maduro's administration from using those resources to fight the pandemic.

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GUYANA begins defence of 1899 Arbital award against Venezuela in ICJ

THE HAGUE, June 30, 2020 - Guyana’s Co-Agent and Head of the Legal Team in Guyana’s border case against Venezuela, Sir Shridath Ramphal told the International Court of Justice today that Guyana is maintaining that the ICJ  does have jurisdiction in the matter,  based on the plain text of the 1966 Geneva Agreement by which the parties consented to accept the decision of the UN Secretary-General on the means of settlement of their dispute over the validity of the 1899 Arbitral Award.

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GUYANA | ICJ begins hearing of the Guyana-Venezuela 1899 Arbital Award

THE HAGUE,  Netherlands, June 30, 2020- The International Court of Justice (ICJ) today began hearing the case of the border dispute between Guyana and Venezuela on the Arbitral Award of October 3, 1899, to first determine whether the ICJ has jurisdiction to rule on the validity and permanence of that disputed boundary, and secondly to determine the validity of the boundaries.

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T&T | US warns TT businesses:comply with US sanctions on Venezuela

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago, JUNE 12, 2020 - The United States has subtly implied that Trinidadian Businesses could face retaliation from the that country if they failed to comply with the economic sanctions that the US has unilaterally imposed on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

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GUYANA | ICJ hearings on Guyana-Venezuela set for June 30, 2020

GEORGETOWN Guyana, Friday, May 29, 2020 - The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has indicated that public hearings on the jurisdiction of the Arbitral Award of 3 October 1899 (Guyana vs. Venezuela) will commence by videoconferencing on June 30, 2020.

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VENEZUELA | Mercenary Operations Against Venezuela: An Evolution

TeleSUR, May 23, 2020 - Venezuela has recently been subject to a number of attempts of mercenary penetration in the country. According to research conducted by authorities of the Venezuelan National Government, several armed cells made up by mercenaries and Venezuelan and foreign former militaries have intended to gather in Venezuelan territory in order to organize and perpetrate1 terrorist actions, including attempts on the lives of State authorities and chavismo leaders and, in turn, coordinate sedition among the FANB (Spanish acronym for National Bolivarian Armed Force).

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