The main focus of the meeting will be the territorial dispute over the Essequibo; the meeting is scheduled for Thursday (14) in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines edit
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247 – President Lula appointed Celso Amorim, ambassador and special advisor to the Palácio do Planalto, as his representative at the meeting that will take place between the presidents of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, and Guyana, Irfaan Ali. According to a report by Metropolisesthe meeting is scheduled for Thursday (14) in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, a Caribbean nation that currently leads Celac (Community of Latin American and Caribbean States), mediating the dialogue between Maduro and Ali. The main focus of the meeting it will be the territorial dispute over Essequibo, a Guyanese region rich in oil resources that Maduro seeks to annex to Venezuela.
Despite the invitation to participate in the meeting, Lula will not be able to attend due to commitments already scheduled. On Wednesday (13), the president is scheduled to participate in a virtual G-20 meeting. On Thursday, his agenda includes the signing of contracts for the Itaipu plant, in Curitiba. >>> Lula calls an emergency meeting with Mauro Vieira and Celso Amorim to discuss tension between Venezuela and Guyana
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This event assumes great importance given the growing tension in the region, and Amorim’s presence as Lula’s representative is seen as a sign of Brazil’s concern regarding this territorial impasse that directly affects neighboring countries in Latin America.
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