Border Case Between Guyana and Venezuela Heads to ICJ

Former Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Greenidge, has noted that Guyana is appreciative that its border case with Venezuela will go before the International Criminal Court of Justice (ICJ).
The date set aside for the start of public hearings into whether the ICJ has jurisdiction to hear the case, is June 30.
“We are grateful for this opportunity which we have looked forward to, for decades,” Greenidge stated, during a webinar hosted by the Guyanese American Chamber of Commerce on Sunday. readmore

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