The national government has abolished the benefits granted to the United Kingdom in the Malvinas

There are no flights to the Malvinas Islands, sanctions were issued for oil companies operating in the South Atlantic region, and all cooperation in the field of fishing was canceled. These were some of the actions the Argentine Foreign Ministry has taken since 2019 to cancel the agreement signed by British Foreign Secretary Alan Duncan and Argentine Deputy Foreign Minister Carlos Foradore – drunk or sober. Meanwhile, the former Macrimo’s Secretary of State, Jorge Faurie, went to the field to defend Furadori, but asserted that what Duncan had written in his memoirs “was not polite, it was Guachada.” He did not proceed in denying the negotiations at the British Embassy instead of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, nor did he deny that the talks took place in the basement of the diplomatic mission. Anyway, when the Pro-British Manifesto was signed, Faury was still ambassador to France, so he watched hearsay.


With the progress of Pagina/12, the Foradori-Duncan Agreement on flights is no longer valid. From the outset, there was a reaction from the UFA denouncing that the agreement amounted to a waiver of sovereignty. However, the first LATAM flights from San Pablo to Malvinas were completed and the statement stated that they must stop in Cordoba only once a week.

The Todos Front (FdT) government, for two years now, with Felipe Sulla in the Foreign Ministry and Daniel Filmos in the Malvinas Secretariat, has started to stop everything by demanding that the daily route pass through Argentine territory, either through Buenos Aires. Or Comodoro Rivadavia or Ushuaia, in all cases operated by Aerolineas Argentinas. The British Foreign Office – under pressure from the islanders – flatly refused, so there is no flight. In his memoirs, Duncan admits that for Malvinas, the need to link to the Argentine mainland is inevitable, because otherwise “there are no effective opportunities for development”.

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The Foradori-Duncan Agreement was clearly in favor of the United Kingdom in terms of lifting restrictions on activities in the South Atlantic. It specifically stated: “It was agreed to take appropriate measures to remove all obstacles that limit the economic growth and sustainable development of the Malvinas Islands, including trade, fishing, navigation and hydrocarbons.”

Alberto Fernandez’s government has launched administrative sanctions against Chrysaor Holdings and Harbor Energy, of the United Kingdom, and Navitas Petroleum, headquartered in Israel. Harbor, who had merged with Chrysaor, abandoned their plans and the Navitas continued. The sanctions were published in the Official Gazette on April 21.

The Foreign Office has suspended meetings to share information on fisheries given the UK’s continued unilateral renewal of fishing licenses in disputed waters.

The same is true of the question of scientific cooperation in the Antarctic. Moreover, London registered the polar scientific ship Attenborough under the flag of the Malvinas Islands, that is, it is registered under an illegal government, not recognized by Argentina. The State Department may take a step to revoke the validity of the Scientific Cooperation Memorandum and has already denounced everything in the relevant international organizations.

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Former Secretary of State Faurie Duncan sent in an astonishing side: “It is not a gentleman, and it is not a gentleman to treat someone he negotiated with in this way. A diplomat of repute like Foradori does not deserve to be treated in a drunken, insulting manner. From our point of view, it was a bummer. The British They themselves wouldn’t let him into any English club because that didn’t happen among the gentlemen.

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In fact, they have already opened in the Argentine Foreign Ministry a summary in which it is not the issue of drunkenness that is the focus, but the fact that it was negotiated at the embassy and not at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the framework of an inadequate dinner in the basement. There are eyewitnesses that similar scenes were repeated with other diplomats and journalists. In fact, Faury does not at all question the conclusions of the Foradori-Duncan agreement, that was the macrismo policy, what he does doubt is that Duncan revealed behind the scenes the venue and tone of the negotiations. This is not polite.

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