With broad support from the international community, the United Nations Organization (UN) Repeat the call to United kingdom Agree to dialogue with Argentina in order to find a peaceful and final solution to the dispute over sovereignty as soon as possible In the Malvinas Islands, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands and the surrounding marine areas.
This Sunday, and United Nations Decolonization Committee) Unanimously adopted a new resolution co-sponsored by all the Latin American States members of the Special Commission: chChile, Bolivia, Cuba, Ecuador, Nicaragua and Venezuela.
Also, under the course, The delegations of China, Indonesia, Syria, Russia, Antigua and Barbuda, Timor-Leste and St. Vincent and the Grenadines, members of C24, also stepped in to support the resumption of sovereignty negotiations.
Argentina’s support for the Malvinas
During the meeting, in addition, the countries of the region heard several statements in favor of Argentina’s rights, including interventions on behalf of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) and the member states and associate states of MERCOSUR. Pronounced by Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Uruguay, respectively; While other countries in the region spoke in their national capacity.
The session, which was held at the United Nations headquarters in New York, was supported by the countries of the Group of 77 and China, through Cuba, which holds the presidency of the group, as well as the countries of the peace and cooperation zone in the European Union. Atlantic with the intervention of Brazil.
In his intervention before the committee, Foreign Secretary Cafiero reaffirmed Argentina’s sovereign rights over the Malvinas Islands, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands and their surrounding maritime areas and called on the UK to comply with its international obligation to resume sovereignty negotiations.
In this regard, he stressed that, for the Government of Argentina, the Malvinas Islands are past, present and future, and reaffirmed his determination to find a peaceful and final solution to the conflict in accordance with relevant General Assembly resolutions.
C-24 was established in 1961 as a subsidiary body of the United Nations General Assembly, R.CIts mission is to ensure the implementation of General Assembly resolution 1514 (D-XV) and, in this context, it annually examines the 17 colonial cases still pending, including the question of the Malvinas.
The official Argentine delegation was headed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, Santiago Cafiero, who participated in the session, accompanied by the Governor of Tierra del Fuego Gustavo Melilla, Senators María Eugenia Doré and Pablo Blanco.
Representatives Alberto Acieff, Rosana Bertoni, Graciela Caamaño, Mabel Caparros, Julio Cobos, Eduardo Valdés and Karolina Jotrović also participated in the meeting; In addition to his Chief of Staff at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Luciano Tito, Secretary of the Malvinas, Antarctica and South Atlantic, Guillermo Carmona, Permanent Representative of Argentina to the United Nations, María del Carmen Scaife, and National Director of the Malvinas and South Atlantic Islands, Minister Sandra Pita.
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