Falklands and replacing the dollar, priorities for Argentina/Moscow agenda, argues Russian ex diplomat

Cristina Fernandez met with Putin in Moscow, and signed a raft of twenty cooperation accords in different fields and described bilateral ties as “strategic”.Cristina Fernandez met with Putin in Moscow, and signed a raft of twenty cooperation accords in different fields and described bilateral ties as “strategic”.

The cooperation agreements recently signed by Argentina with Russia could be a Buenos Aires' response to the situation with the disputed Falkland Islands territories, former Russian ambassador to Argentina Evgeny Astakhov told the Russian news agency, Sputnik International on Friday.

Russia and Argentina agree on an “all-encompassing strategic partnership”

“The memorandums are a massive breakthrough for economic relations between Russia and Argentina”, said Putin next to Cristina Fernandez “The memorandums are a massive breakthrough for economic relations between Russia and Argentina”, said Putin next to Cristina Fernandez

Russia and Argentina signed agreements which amounted to an “all-encompassing strategic partnership” during Argentine President Cristina Fernandez visit to Moscow, which ended on Thursday with the meeting at the Kremlin with her counterpart Vladimir Putin.

CFK from the Kremlin praises Russia's support for Falklands/Malvinas sovereignty claim

“Russia supports Argentina's striving for direct talks with Britain to achieve prompt resolution to the Malvinas Islands dispute,” Putin added.“Russia supports Argentina's striving for direct talks with Britain to achieve prompt resolution to the Malvinas Islands dispute,” Putin added.

President Cristina Fernandez, CFK, on an official visit to Russia met at the Kremlin with Vladimir Putin and praised Moscow’s support to Argentina in the dispute with the United Kingdom over the sovereignty of the Falklands/Malvinas Islands as well as in the legal battle against speculative funds suing the country over its defaulted bonds.

Chilean volcano third blast forecasted; ashes reach neighboring Argentine provinces

The 2.200 meters Calbuco last erupted in 1972 and is considered one of the top three most potentially dangerous among Chile's 90 active volcanoes.The 2.200 meters Calbuco last erupted in 1972 and is considered one of the top three most potentially dangerous among Chile's 90 active volcanoes.

Chile's Calbuco volcano erupted for the first time in over 42 years on Wednesday, creating a remarkable scene of smoke plumes and ash shooting into the sky. A second eruption Wednesday night blasted red-hot rocks skyward and produced an extraordinary display of volcanic lightning. Winds are pushing the ashes north and easr to several neighb...

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