Venezuela, Guyana in maritime dispute
Territorial dispute prompts fall out.
Venezuela cuts ties to Guyana after failed maritime land grab
Venezuelan socialist head of state Nicolás Maduro has recalled his nation’s ambassador to neighboring Guyana after statements by the latter government that Venezuela was excessively intruding into Guyanese maritime territory.
Accusing Guyanese President David Granger of “vomit”-inducing statements, Maduro urged the international community to support a Venezuelan takeover of Guyanese Caribbean waters.
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