The UK government, together with its allies and partners, won’t allow any part of Guyana’s territory to be annexed by Venezuela, British Foreign Secretary David Cameron said at a press conference in Washington following negotiations with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Report informs referring to the website of the US State Department.

“Finally, one issue also that we discussed in our meeting is the situation on the border between Venezuela and Guyana. These borders were settled in 1899. I see absolutely no case for unilateral action by Venezuela. It should cease; it is wrong. And I’m delighted by the announcements that have been made by the US today in that regard, and I hope to be having some telephone calls later on with the president of Guyana and others in the region to try and make sure that this very retrograde step that has been taken does not lead any further.