The legal framework that regulates the consular relations between the different countries of the World could be found in the Convention of Vienna on Consular Relations signed in 1963 and other Protocols, which based on the principle of sovereign equality of the State's, establishes: The States mutual respect, pacific coexistence, maintenance of peace and the promotion of affable relations, aided by the Norms of International Relations, whose maximum expression is the Letter of the United Nations.
In the national ambit, the functions, relations and structure of the Consular Offices of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela accredited before the Third World are regulated by the Statutory Law of Consular Services signed on August 21, 1987.
The Consular Section of this Embassy will protect and guard the interests of Venezuelan citizens under its jurisdiction, to the limits permitted by the laws and regulations of Guyana.
Also, the Consular Section of this Mission render services to foreign citizens interested in visiting Venezuela and in the case of requiring a visa, the current regulations will applied depending on the activities planned during their stay in national territory.
In order to obtain more information on the different services that this Consular Section offers, contact the different links of this Web page.
SERVICES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE CONSULATE SECTION
The Consulate Section provides the following services:
Functions of the Consulate
The Consulate Section has the faculty to exercise functions of notary, civil registration, identification and admission of all foreign citizens to the territory of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
To protect the rights and interests of all Venezuelan citizens living abroad.
Elaborate and send to the National Competent Authorities of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, a monthly report of all Consular Rent.