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viernes, 18 de marzo de 2011

Argentina leads the UN to protest against England for Malvinas

The Argentine ambassador to the United Nations, Jorge Arguello, confirmed that presented to the UN secretary general, Ban Ki-Moon, a copy of the verbal note of protest that our country had come to London via the British ambassador in Buenos Aires, which accuses Britain of failing to comply with UN resolutions imposed on the territory of the Falkland Islands.

In talking with Télam from New York, Arguello said that "we will request the Secretary-General (UN) to distribute among the members of the organization a copy of the protest, to reflect this new violation of UN resolutions united. "

"And we will insist on the task and gave it the right of the UN general assembly, which is to carry forward the good offices aimed at the opening of the bilateral negotiation on sovereignty," the diplomat added.

Asked what the UN resolutions that Britain is failing, Arguello said "there are several decisions that have been dragging on for decades, year after year and say Britain can not refuse to negotiate diplomatically the sovereignty of islands. " "And you can not unilaterally grant permits for fishing in the waters of conflict, can not exploit minerals or oil in disputed territory, and missile exercises in the conflict areas," said the ambassador.

The official concluded by saying that "the substance of the matter is being stripped every year by President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner to the General Assembly of the United Nations: it is imperative to democratize the UN and eliminate the right of veto within the Council security, which allows five countries, including Britain, so he decides to veto the rest of the international community. "

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