EUROLAT Co-Chairs expressed their support for the resumption of dialogue with the United Kingdom on the Malvinas Islands.

In this way, the statement approved in the framework of the fourteenth session of the Euros held in Buenos Aires, calls for “the search for a peaceful, just and lasting solution to the dispute over sovereignty in relation to the question of the Falkland Islands, within the framework of the relevant resolutions of the United Nations”.

Support expressed by EuroLat It joins the support recently received from other international parliamentary bodiesincluding the Parliament of Mercosur (Barlasur), the Parliament of Latin America (Parlatino), and the Parliament of Central America (Barlaçin).

Before the start of the parliamentary agenda, the chancellor said Santiago Cafiero He had a meeting with Lopez and received parliamentarians from Europe and Latin America at the San Martin Palace, an occasion in which he highlighted “the importance of the Malvinas cause for the Argentine Republic and our region”.

For his part, Argentine Foreign Minister Malvinas, Antarctica and the South Atlantic, said, William Carmona, He expressed “the Argentine government’s satisfaction and gratitude to the Europat Association for this important statement.”

He also highlighted what the Argentine parliamentarians from the ruling party and the opposition had done in “the search for consensus with the components of Europe and Latin America in the Eurolat, so that the issue of Malvinas is present in the debate”, as well as “the declarations of the Assembly held in Buenos Aires”.

The European Parliament was created in 2006 as a result of the bi-regional strategic association between Latin America and the Caribbean and the European Union. It is made up of 150 members, 75 from the European Parliament and 75 from Latin America, including the Barlatino, the Andean Parliament (Parlandino), Barlacin and Parlasur.

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