Argentina Confirms Readiness to Negotiate Sovereignty of the Faulklands

11.07.2011 - Buenos Aires - Agencia Púlsar

The Argentine ambassador to the United Nations, Jorge Argüello, confirmed Argentina’s readiness to “negotiate” with the United Kingdom.

This comes after Cristina Fernández de Kirschner described Britain’s rejection of dialogue as a “gesture of mediocrity and stupidity.”

Argüello pointed out that the British government “is remaining without arguments” in the dispute.

In a statement to the press, the ambassador explained that Argentina “wants to negotiate” to “comply with the resolutions of the United Nations.”

Argüello added: “Argentine diplomacy is working all the time to create it’s own political conditions so that the United Kingdom will take a seat at the table.”

The British Prime Minister, David Cameron had stated in Parliament: “while the Falklands want to be a British sovereign territory they will remain a British Sovereign territory. Full stop, End of story.”

***(PÚLSAR).***

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