Argentine Foreign Minister Diana Mondino Wednesday conveyed to her British colleague Lord David Cameron her government's uneasiness for the latter's visit to the Falkland Islands en route to the G20 Summit of top diplomats where they met. Mondino also insisted on Argentina's “sovereignty rights” over the archipelago during their one-on-one encounter on the sides of the G-20 convention.3 comments
Indifference and irony have been reactions of the current Argentine government to the Falkland Islands visit of British foreign minister, Lord Cameron. Indifference if we follow the statements from president Milei's spokesperson, who every day holds a morning media conference to report and take questions on the activities and performance of current administration obsessed with seeking the much promised recovery of Argentina's economic situation.2 comments
Lord David Cameron, during his historic visit to Paraguay, the first time a British Foreign Secretary visits the country in 171 years of diplomatic relations, pointed out the UK's interest in strengthening relations and the opportunity for environment and sustainability associations in the framework of shared commitments, as reported by the local agency news IP.Add your comment!
Paraguayan President Santiago Peña and British Foreign Secretary Davis Cameron met Tuesday in Asunción to discuss bilateral issues and also to explore the South American Market's (Mercosur) potential. Peña currently holds the pro tempore presidency of Mercosur.2 comments
The visit of UK Foreign Secretary Lord David Cameron to the Falkland Islands has sparked an ironic response from Argentine Foreign Minister Diana Mondino. Mondino took to social media to thank Cameron for “including Argentina in his visit to the region,” suggesting he visit Buenos Aires on a future occasion.7 comments
Paraguay has announced that on Tuesday, 20 February British Foreign Secretary, David Cameron will be making his first official visit to the country, ”a significant milestone in the bilateral relation between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Paraguay.Add your comment!
UK Foreign Secretary Lord David Cameron has arrived in the Falkland Islands for a two-day visit, emphasizing the UK's commitment to upholding the Falkland Islanders' right to self-determination. Governor Alison Blake CMG welcomed the news, expressing her delight at Lord Cameron's visit to the Islands.Add your comment!
Britain is preparing to offer Argentina improved diplomatic, political, and trade terms since the new liberal government of President Javier Milei took office. The expected approach of a fresh start, and a relief for the Falkland Islands dispute, was anticipated at the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland, during a brief meeting and photo between British foreign minister Lord David Cameron and President Milei.
This Monday afternoon Falkland Islands elected member of the Legislative Assembly, MLA Teslyn Barkman will sit before the House of Commons Select Procedure Committee and give evidence on Overseas Territories' more fluid relations with the Commons following on the recent understanding reached between UK Government and UK Overseas Territories Governments for a more dynamic partnership.
A meeting on Wednesday, in the framework of the Davos' World Economic Forum (WEF), between Foreign Secretary David Cameron with the President of Argentina Javier Milei and Argentine Foreign Minister Diana Mondino, was described by a Foreign Office spokesperson as “warm and cordial, setting out mutual support for a more constructive relationship between the UK and Argentina”.