The World Cup trophy that will be at stake later this year in Qatar landed Friday at Carrasco airport, where it was welcomed by Brazil's 2002 world champion Lucio, Vice President Beatriz Argimón, and Montevideo Mayor Carolina Cosse, together with Uruguayan Football Association authorities.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Friday launched a satellite connectivity plan for healthcare facilities which will boost the Government's federalist approach towards equality.
Former Brazilian Environment Minister Marina Silva Thursday said during a press conference in Sao Paulo that “we need an environmentally sustainable, politically democratic and socially developed country.”
The European Parliament and the European Commission agreed that carmakers must achieve a 100% cut in CO2 emissions by 2035. This means no new vans or cars with combustion engines, gasoline or diesel, are to be sold in the European Union from 2035.
Argentina's Economy Ministry told Paraguayan authorities at the Binational Yacyretá Entity (EBY) that the agreement between former Presidents Horacio Cartes and Mauricio Macri will no longer be put for consideration before Congress in Buenos Aires.
The Falkland Islands Executive Council, ExCo, has agreed some amendments to their Standing Orders relating to ‘Openness, Transparency and Publication’.
This week the Falkland Islands Executive Council, ExCo approved a paper which looks to support our community with the increased cost of living. The current programs which support those in need have been reviewed and targeted changes will be made to them. A new temporary scheme has also been developed to assist households with rising fuel and electricity prices.
This week the Falkland Islands Executive Council (ExCo) approved the extension of the Travel Credits Scheme to include domestic tourism accommodation.
A witness in the investigation of the assassination attempt against Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK) told Judiciary authorities that opposition Congressman Gerardo Milman was aware of the assailant's intentions.
Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou told a business forum in Tokyo Thursday that his country was not willing to close any doors and was therefore ready to move forward with a bilateral trade agreement regardless of Mercosur's stance.