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12 Guyanese seamen currently detained in Venezuela

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26 Jan 2021 11:54 #388728 by chairman
The 12 Guyanese seamen currently detained in Venezuela are likely to spend at least another month in that country as authorities have been granted 45 days in which to conclude an investigation and possibly lay charges.

Kumar Lallbachan owner of “Lady Nayera”, one of the vessel which have been detained, told Stabroek News last evening that the men had been taken before a Venezuelan Court where the order was made.

“They weren’t charged with anything yet. Is just the 45 days to investigate the Court give,” Lallbachan said adding that for that period the men are expected to stay on the boats moored at Port Guiria.

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26 Jan 2021 12:18 #388730 by chairman
Guyana must get some help from the USA, Guyana is in no position to negotiate with Venezuela.
Also we must keep in mind how many Venezuelans boats fish in Guyana water, go to Meadowbank wharf and see how many are their with out any problem from the law of Guyana. Venezuela know they are much more powerful that us so they are just taking advantage. The USA must get involve.

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28 Jan 2021 08:15 #388767 by chairman
OAS demanded Venezuela release the detained Guyanese fishermen from the 2 vessels seized so Venezuela detained a third vessel.

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