Foreign Secretary Liz Truss defended the Falkland Islands as “part of the British family” after Beijing backed Argentina’s sovereignty claim over the South Atlantic islands.
London is noticing Argentine President Alberto Fernández's foreign policy, particularly Sunday's joint written statement whereby the South American country backed China's claim over Taiwan and, in return, the Government of Xi Jinping supported Argentina's sovereignty quest regarding the Falkland Islands.
The Chilean Government Sunday announced the resignation of Foreign Minister Andrés Allamand had been accepted and that Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs Carolina Valdivia Torres would become acting minister effective immediately.
Argentine vacationers can catch diseases other than COVID-19, which can even bring on worse symptoms, it was reported after the Health Ministry announced it had detected cyanobacteria in AMBA (City of Buenos Aires and territories around it) and in the provinces of Entre Ríos, Córdoba and Santa Fe
Bolivian President Luis Arce Catacora has confirmed over the weekend the discovery of large gas reserves which -he hoped- would yield substantial profits to the country.
President Alberto Fernández has rounded up the Chinese stop of his new international tour by arranging Argentina's entry into the Belt and the Silk Road which will represent financing in excess of US $ 23 billion for the South American country.
Queen Elizabeth II Sunday became the first-ever British monarch to celebrate a platinum jubilee. Aged 95, she spent the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne on her own and actively attending to official businesses.
On Sunday 6th February, Queen Elizabeth II became the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, marking seventy years since the sovereign acceded the throne.
On the celebration of Queen Elizabeth's historic Platinum Jubilee, Buckingham Palace has released a new portrait of the 95-year-old, who on Sunday marked 70 years on the throne.
Despite mounting opposition against each one of them in their own countries, Presidents Jair Bolsonaro and his Peruvian colleague Pedro Castillo Terrones met last week (Thursday) at the Brazilian Amazonian state of Rondonia, after which both leaders said their differences were a thing of the past.