HEALTH CARE. Venezuela pediatrician Amadeo Leyba Ferrer denounced that Venezuelan children are increasingly exposed to chickenpox (varicella), hepatitis, meningitis, measles, rubella or mumps due to lack of vaccines in private hospitals.
ECONOMY. The President of the he Venezuelan Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Fedecámaras), Francisco Martínez, highlighted the need to engage in dialogue with the government on the grounds of "mutual recognition" between the parties.
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Guyana, Venezuela at odds
BORDER DISPUTE The president of the Venezuelan Chapter of the Latin American Parliament (Parlatino), Ángel Rodríguez, said that the Venezuelan government welcomed that US oil company ExxonMobil had removed its oil drilling ship, the Deepwater Champion, from the waters off the Essequibo coast, which are disputed between Guyana and Venezuela.
BORDER DISPUTE The President of Guyana, David Granger, is willing to engage in dialogue with his Venezuelan counterpart, Nicolás Maduro, to find a solution to the territorial dispute over the waters off the Essequibo coast, according to Guyanese Minister of Foreign Affaires, Carl Greenidge, Efe reported.
BORDER DISPUTE The Venezuelan government "categorically" rejected recent statements issued on Wednesday by the Guyanese Foreign Affair Minister, Carl Greenidge, who blasted Venezuela's claim over the disputed territory of the Essequibo.