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Tag: Renato Carlos Sersale di Cerisano

  • Wednesday, January 22nd 2020 - 06:31 UTC

    End of 'comfort zone' for UK in Falklands' issues; Argentine ambassador in London and ex Deputy foreign minister, sacked

    Argentine foreign minister Felipe Solá, Baroness Hooper from the House of Lords, Daniel Filmus and British ambassador Mark Kent during a meeting last December

    The Argentine government has called back to Buenos Aires two ambassadors who were instrumental in the drafting and implementation of the 2016 Foradori-Duncan communiqué which opened the way for a more constructive relationship between Argentina and the UK, in a raft of issues, including those in the South Atlantic and the disputed Falklands Islands.

  • Wednesday, January 22nd 2020 - 06:17 UTC

    Purge in the Argentine foreign ministry: Cristina Fernandez loyal are back

     Ex ambassador in UK Alicia Castro most probably will be appointed to Moscow

    Even when Argentine president Alberto Fernandez could come across the Prince of Wales during the World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem, which convenes some fifty world leaders, this did not prevent him from signing several decrees before leaving for Israel removing ambassadors, two of them closely linked to the Foradori/Duncan communiqué of 2016 which was considered the start of a new constructive page in bilateral relations between UK and Argentina.

  • Saturday, March 3rd 2018 - 10:20 UTC

    British Forces confirm defense talks in London between Argentina and UK

    Argentine Ambassador to London, Renato Carlos Sersale di Cerisano and the British Ambassador to Buenos Aires, Mark Kent have been involved in the talks

    Falkland Islands' weekly Penguin News has received confirmation from the British Forces South Atlantic Islands Headquarters that earlier this week United Kingdom and Argentina held defense talks for the first time in over ten years. This week's PN reported on the front page that the Argentine newspaper Clarin released the story on the defense talks, but had no British defense confirmation to its request at the time of going to print.