Weekly Report - 11 January 2024 (WR-24-01)

VENEZUELA-GUYANA: Essequibo dispute returning to status quo

One month ago, a frantic regional effort was underway to prevent escalating tensions between Venezuela and Guyana from spilling into a military conflict over the Essequibo region [WR-23-50]. Now the situation seems to have largely stabilised, thanks in large part to an emergency summit between Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro and Guyana’s Irfaan Ali. Whilst the risks of a conflict have not been entirely eliminated, the summit saw protocols put in place to prevent any incidents between the two countries from snowballing into major crises.

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