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Montevideo, December 11th 2017 - 13:07 UTC
The Falkland Islands toothfish longline fishery this week will be undergoing reassessment against the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Principles and Criteria for Sustainable Fishing. Read full article
And I though all of the waters around the Falklands belonged to Argentina?
By a ruling of the UN, Argentina will extend its maritime platform (Politica Argentina) ; New map of the maritime platform reaffirms the sovereignty of Malvinas with UN endorsement (ElCronista); Argentina enlarges its territory 35%, with a UN endorsement ...(La Capital). To add to this euphoric atmosphere the Argentine Foreign Minister stated, ''This is a historic opportunity for Argentina. We have taken a great step in the demarcation of the outer limit of our continental shelf; the most extensive boundary of Argentina and our border with humanity,'' Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra told La Nacion, which tomorrow will publicly announce the details of this resolution. (Susana Malcorra, quoted by Dinatale M, La Nacion, Argentina, 27 March 2016). The Argentine government called the decision a ''resounding success''
Argentina's Continental Shelf Claims and The UN CLCA Commission (1 page):-
England will return the Malvinas within 25 years.
The Falkland Islands toothfish longline fishery will be undergoing reassessment within 25 years.
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