Geneva Agreement Guyana Venezuela

The Geneva Agreement is a transitional agreement to reach a final solution, many define it as an “agreement to reach an agreement” and, although the Venezuelan interpretation of the 1899 arbitral award is invalidated, the status quo it derived from is maintained. Therefore, the area in which complaints are filed is under the authority of the Government of Guyana, until something else is resolved under the treaty. The first article of the document states that Venezuela`s assertion to consider the tribunal`s decision, which defined its border with British Guiana as null and void and non aa non attesue, is recognized. . . .