Falklands says Argentina continues “to ignore out right to determine our future and develop our economy”

The Government of Argentina continues to ignore our inalienable right to determine our own future.The Government of Argentina continues to ignore our inalienable right to determine our own future.

The Argentine government continues disrespectfully to ignore “our inalienable right to determine our own future” and “develop our economy”, said the elected government of the Falkland Islands in a release responding to Argentine determination to impede the Islands right to develop the hydrocarbons industry and claims abou...

Mercosur must exhaust efforts to advance in trade talks with EU, insists Uruguay

“Many elements such as the free circulation of goods, services and persons is not working” and there is a distortion of the Mercosur founding treaty, said Cancela  “Many elements such as the free circulation of goods, services and persons is not working” and there is a distortion of the Mercosur founding treaty, said Cancela

Mercosur must exhaust efforts with determination to advance in trade negotiations with the European Union, said Uruguay's Deputy foreign minister Jose Luis Cancela confirming the country's commitment with the block, but also demanding 'sincerity' in addressing the challenges and agreeing on an international insertion strategy.

Brazil questions Argentina's approach to China in military procurement

“I returned from Buenos Aires with assurances that Argentina gives leading priority to its association with Unasur”, said minister Jacques Wagner<br />
“I returned from Buenos Aires with assurances that Argentina gives leading priority to its association with Unasur”, said minister Jacques Wagner

Brazil's minister of defense Jacques Wagner questioned Argentina's approach to China regarding military procurement, but discarded any conflict with Buenos Aires, since the country is a 'strategic and important partner' of Brazil. Apparently the issue was brought up by Jacques when he visited his counterpart Agustín Ro...

Maximo Kirchner 'ripe' to run for an elected post, says Argentine cabinet chief

”All the elements are ripe for Maximo to be (a candidate in the province of Buenos Aires),” said Anibal Fernández ”All the elements are ripe for Maximo to be (a candidate in the province of Buenos Aires),” said Anibal Fernández

Argentina's cabinet chief Anibal Fernandez said on Tuesday he was convinced that Maximo Kirchner, the son of president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, would run for an elected post representing the province of Buenos Aires in the coming general elections of next October.

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