Thursday, June 16, 2011

Falkland .- Argentina as "a regrettable act of arrogance" that Cameron refused to negotiate the sovereignty of the islands

BUENOS AIRES, 16 Jun. The Government of Argentina as "a deplorable act of arrogance", the statements of British Prime Minister, David Cameron, who has reiterated that the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands, claimed by both countries, "not negotiable" , as recorded by a Foreign Ministry statement said the South American country.

Argentina has interpreted the words of 'premier' as an attempt to "put an end to history" of a dispute over sovereignty recognized by the United Nations, through two resolutions that call on the search for a negotiated solution. In his opinion, "this position is in addition to continuing contempt of the British Government to repeated UN mandate and the many appeals of the international community," urging both countries to resume negotiations.

In this regard, notes that "the British attitude shows a lack of respect for international law" at the persistence of "an anachronistic colonial situation which offends not only Argentina but also to the region as a whole." Thus, the South American country remembers "the many expressions of concern" on this issue made by the Organization of American States (OAS), the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), the Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR), the Rio Group the Latin American and Caribbean Summit.

Finally, the Argentine government "reaffirms its desoberanĂ­a rights over the Malvinas, South Georgia and South Sandwich and the surrounding maritime areas", while "reiterates its permanent willingness to resume negotiations."

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