Cameron, “The sovereignty of the Falklands is not negotiable, end of story”
UK, June 15, 2011
British Prime Minister David Cameron said in front of the parliament that the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands/Islas Malvinas is “not negotiable”, after 29 years of Argentina surrender in the 1982 war.
Congressman Andrew Rosindell had demanded the prime minister at his next meeting with Barack Obama, reminded that the British government will never accept negotiations with Argentina over the sovereignty of the archipelago.
OAS resolution is calling on both countries to negotiate as soon as possible to resolve the problem.
This week President Cristina Kirchner had called for the start of negotiations with England on two occasions: in front of the UN secretary general and the inauguration of Roberto Mario Fiorito heliport.