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Tag: Fernando Petrella

  • Friday, August 9th 2019 - 10:58 UTC

    Argentina must not be deaf to Falkland Islanders' voice, says ex deputy foreign minister

    Fernando Petrella was deputy foreign minister with Guido Di Tella

    When dealing with the Malvinas issue, and its people, Argentina must stick to its diplomatic milestones and not feel attracted to push or take advantage of the UK which seems bogged in Brexit, or further isolated by the recent trade agreement between Mercosur and the European Union, argues Fernando Petrella, a deputy foreign minister with Guido Di Tella, ex-ambassador before the United Nations and currently head of the Argentine Foreign Service Institute.

  • Monday, November 26th 2018 - 08:38 UTC

    Falklands/Malvinas air link and Cordoba stop over underlines “the historic reconciliation of UK and Argentina”

    Faurie said Theresa May will become the first sitting prime minister to visit Buenos Aires since the 1982 conflict and important announcements can be expected

    Argentina's foreign minister Jorge Faurie said that this week's G20 leaders' summit in Buenos Aires not only will it be historic since for the first time a meeting of such significance is taking place in South America, but also because of the symbolic reconciliation and constructive attitude between Argentina and the United Kingdom referred to the Falklands/Malvinas Islands.

  • Wednesday, February 20th 2013 - 05:13 UTC

    Malvinas: read what the real world is saying

     What should really concern is the distance the US has taken from Argentina, argues Petrella

    By Fernando Petrella (*) - The following article by an Argentine former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs was published as a column in the Buenos Aires media. The following reproduction in English is not necessarily literal but tries keep to its spirit as much as possible.