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Could there be a conflict between Venezuela and Guyana over disputed Essequibo region?

By France24
11 December 2023   |   1:55 pm
Recently discovered oil is transforming Guyana's fortunes. But neighbouring Venezuela has suddenly rekindled old claims of territorial ownership. Official Venezuelan maps now incorporate the disputed Essequibo region that covers two-thirds of Guyana, and Venezuelan oil companies have been ordered to start extraction.

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