- Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores dijo que el grupo afirmó que hace la investigación fronteriza
Por Leonard Gildarie
El ejército ha montado una sonda para determinar si sus soldados , custodiando una base fronteriza en Eteringbang , cometió un error de permitir que un grupo de venezolanos , para entrar en Guyana en circunstancias un tanto extrañas el 31 de agosto .
Ayer también , el ministro de Asuntos Exteriores , Carolyn Rodrigues - Birkett , dijo que a partir de la información inicial , de hecho hubo un grupo que afirmaban que estaban haciendo la investigación .
The army has mounted a probe to determine whether its soldiers, guarding a border base at Eteringbang, erred in allowing a group of Venezuelans, to enter Guyana in somewhat strange circumstances on August 31.
The group, called “My Map of Venezuela also Includes Our Essequibo”,
Law student, Ricardo de Toma, a member of the organization, is quoted by El Universal as saying that “We came here to carry out a civil exercise of sovereignty, but we do not understand what was Nicolás Maduro doing there (in Guyana).”
“The preliminary information available to me indicates that a group of Venezuelans came to Guyana via Eteringbang. They indicated that they were students and sought permission from the relevant Guyanese authorities to enter Guyana. That permission was given. They further indicated that they were doing a research in relation to the border.”
The Minister also said that she was advised that there were “security officers” with the group.
During his visit here, President Maduro said that the territorial dispute between the two neighbours have been fostered by “oligarchs” of his country. He recommitted to strengthening ties between both countries.