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Text of report by Caribbean Media Corporation news agency website on 1 June
St George's, Grenada: The Grenada government says it hopes to begin talks soon with Venezuela on a maritime boundary agreement more than a month after it signed a similar accord with Trinidad and Tobago.
"We have made contact with Venezuela and we hope we can get that going very soon. We expect that we can move forward in a quick manner, given the fact that we have done it with Trinidad and Tobago," Foreign Affairs Minister Peter David has said.
He said the initial focus of the talks would be on the so-called "tri-point" where the maritime boundaries of Trinidad and Tobago, …