Venezuela reaffirms full force of the Geneva Agreement 54 years after its signature
54 years after the signing of the 1966 Geneva Agreement, the Government and People of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela reaffirm the full validity of this international law, which establishes the just Venezuelan claim over the territory of Guyana Esequiba.
The Geneva Agreement is the binding international treaty through which the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the Cooperative Republic of Guyana must resolve the territorial dispute in a satisfactory, practical and friendly manner.
On the 54th anniversary of the signing of this important international legal instrument, Venezuela ratifies its unwavering commitment with the proper implementationof the Geneva Agreement and once again invites the authorities of the sisterly Cooperative Republic of Guyana to move forward with the amicable negotiations in order to reach a definitive solution to the dispute between the two nations.
The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela calls on all the Venezuelan people to continue to follow the path of the Bolivarian Peace Diplomacy, while reiterating the unwavering commitment to preserve its legitimate rights on the territory of Guyana Esequiba, as an integral part of the Homeland of Liberator Simón Bolívar.
The sun of Venezuela rises in the Esequibo.
Caracas, February 17th, 2020
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