The President of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro and his Guyana counterpart Mohamed Irfaan Ali have agreed to engage in high-level talks. The meeting is scheduled to take place on December 14, and it is anticipated to be a crucial step towards finding a diplomatic solution to the ongoing feud.
The territorial conflict between Venezuela and Guyana has been a source of tension in the region for years. The dispute centers around the Essequibo region, a vast and resource-rich area that both nations claim as their own. The disagreement has not only strained bilateral relations but has also raised concerns about regional stability.