Tag: Jose Manuel Garcia Margallo

Jose Manuel Garcia Margallo
Wednesday, April 23rd 2014 - 05:54 UTC

Madrid trying to block sale of rocks to Gibraltar, according to Spanish media

Allegedly García-Margallo has contacted suppliers in Portugal and Morocco

Spain’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs is urging Morocco and Portugal to block the sale of rocks to Gibraltar, according to the online publication El Confidencial. The website reported at the weekend that the ministry headed by Jose Manuel García-Margallo had initiated contacts with “friendly countries” in a bid to stop Gibraltar’s “expansionist” plans.

Tuesday, March 4th 2014 - 23:53 UTC

Hague raises UK's concern about illegal Spanish incursions in Gibraltar waters

MP Rosindell brought up the issue in a parliamentary question in Commons

UK Foreign Secretary, William Hague, personally raised Britain’s concerns about persistent “illegal” Spanish incursions into British Gibraltar territorial waters, it was revealed. Mr. Hague spoke to Gonzalo de Benito, the Secretary of State at the Spanish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, on February 20 on the margins of an emergency meeting of the EU’s Foreign Affairs Council to discuss the situation in Ukraine.

Wednesday, February 5th 2014 - 23:12 UTC

Spain nervous with Catalonia says it will not interfere with Scotland's referendum

García Margallo also warned Catalan leaders about a unilateral declaration of independence

Spain has no intention of interfering in Scotland’s push for independence and is willing to consider an eventual Scottish application to join the EU as a separate state, foreign minister García Margallo said in an interview with the Financial Times.

Friday, November 29th 2013 - 07:32 UTC

Outraged UK Parliament reacts to Spain's attitude towards Gibraltar and the diplomatic bags indecent

PM Cameron addressing Parliament on the UK diplomatic bags opened by Guardia Civil members

Outraged British members of Parliament from across the political spectrum reacted with disbelief to the explanations provided by the Spanish Government on the UK diplomatic bags incident at the Gibraltar border and called on the British Government to take a tougher stance in response.

Tuesday, November 26th 2013 - 09:01 UTC

UK/Spain annual Tertulias Forum takes off in Oxford; Gibraltar expected to be addressed

Europe minister Lidington and Spain's Foreign minister García-Margallo are scheduled to attend

Britain’s Europe Minister, David Lidington, and Spanish Foreign Minister José Manuel García-Margallo are attending a top-level Anglo-Hispanic forum that starts this week in Oxford. The annual British-Spanish Tertulias Forum brings together senior ministers, parliamentarians, academics, business leaders, scientists and artists from both countries to discuss topical issues.

Thursday, November 7th 2013 - 07:11 UTC

People of Gibraltar will not be duped by Madrid's latest distortion of 'UK/Spain secret negotiations'

Spain is clutching at straws in trying to pretend that the annual United Nations Fourth Committee consensus decision is somehow something new or that will restart the Brussels Process, the Gibraltar Government said on Wednesday.

Wednesday, November 6th 2013 - 02:10 UTC

Spain says Madrid and London reached an agreement on Gibraltar

Garcia-Margallo said: “now we have begun to put the toothpaste back in the tube”

Spain and Britain have crafted a joint declaration on Gibraltar for presentation to the UN General Assembly, Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo said Tuesday. The text calls for Madrid and London to reach a definitive solution to the status of the Rock, “listening to the interests and aspirations of Gibraltar that are coherent and legitimate in accord with international law,” Spain's top diplomat said.

Wednesday, October 16th 2013 - 08:29 UTC

Spain will not seek support on Gibraltar from the coming Ibero-American summit

García-Margallo ratifies Spain’s own path in Gibraltar negotiations with UK

Spain will not seek support from the Ibero-American summit to call on the UK to resume the bilateral dialogue on Gibraltar’s sovereignty as Argentina has done traditionally with the Falklands/Malvinas issue, according to Spanish diplomatic sources reported in the Madrid media.

Saturday, September 28th 2013 - 04:57 UTC

Malvinas/Gibraltar: Garcia Margallo admits coincidences, but “no joint actions”

Any of the two disputes must be addressed through bilateral discussions with the UK, said the Spanish minister

Spain will not be involved in ‘joint actions’ with Argentina regarding sovereignty claims over Gibraltar and Malvinas, said on Friday Spanish Foreign minister Jose Manuel Garcia Margallo, arguing there had been ‘misinterpretations’ in the Argentine version of the bilateral ministerial meeting and which was first denied by the Moncla Palace.

Friday, September 27th 2013 - 07:30 UTC

Malvinas/Falklands joint claims: Spain denies Timerman, calls UK a “friend”

Garcia-Margallo promised a press conference on Friday to give his version of the meeting with Timerman

The Spanish government denied having agreed with Argentina on joint measures to press Great Britain for Malvinas Islands and Gibraltar sovereignty claims, as had been reported earlier on Thursday by Argentina’s foreign minister Hector Timerman, and described the UK as a friend country.

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