On Tuesday, Argentine president Alberto Fernandez addressed the United Nations General Assembly and in his long speech as usual there was a special demand for Argentina's legitimate sovereignty rights over the Falklands and other South Atlantic Islands.
The announcement last week from the UK of its new Maritime Security Strategy as can be expected did not go unnoticed by Argentina and its policy claims over the South Atlantic Islands, including mainly the Falkland Islands.
This week Argentina's Malvinas, Antarctica, and South Atlantic Secretary, Guillermo Carmona is off to Brazil where he has scheduled several conferences and to request greater support for Argentina's claim over the Falkland Islands.
The Argentine government will be claiming this week before the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization, or C24, the resumption of negotiations with the United Kingdom for a peaceful solution to the sovereignty dispute over the Falklands/Malvinas Islands.
Some seven decades ago when the crowing of the princess to become Queen Elizabeth II, Argentine president General Juan Domingo Peron sent as his representative and envoy to the ceremony his vice president, Admiral Alberto Teisaire.
Argentina plans to reaffirm its sovereign rights over the Falkland Islands and expose the 'disproportionate' British military presence in the Islands when the instruction tall ship ARA Libertad calls on different ports of the world.
Last week the European-Latin American Parliamentary Assembly, EuroLat, met in Buenos Aires, hosted by Argentina, and the final declaration included as normally happens in this kind of meetings compromises agreed beforehand.
The European-Latin American Parliamentary Assembly (EuroLat) closed its Buenos Aires convention Thursday with a statement from both co-Speakers calling for the resumption of dialogue between Argentina and the United Kingdom over the Falklands/Malvinas Question, in accordance with the resolutions of the United Nations.
Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK) and Lower House Speaker Sergio Massa presided over Congress' ceremony Saturday marking the 40th anniversary of the Falklands / Malvinas war.
A group of Argentine opposition lawmakers is sponsoring a bill to create a bench in the Lower House dedicated to the Malvinas Islands, which will remain symbolically empty until its “legitimate occupant” finally arrives.