It considers that the nullity of the arbitrary arbitral award of Paris is implicitly and explicitly recognized in the text of the document signed by Guyana while it was still a colony, and that without this recognition, the agreement would simply not have made sense, that Guyana should have signed it.  During the same year 1983, the border dispute will take place under the aegis of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, at the initiative of Venezuela, in accordance with the conflicts provided for in paragraph 2 of Article IV of the Agreement and annexed to Article 33º of the United Nations Letter on The Means of Peaceful settlement of disputes.  Venezuela views the agreement as a valuable – but erroneous – part of the negotiation process. [Citation required] Venezuela claims that the United Kingdom granted independence to its colony without solving the border problem and protests against the fact that the character of a “state” was granted to a colony that did not own it. . . .
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