The G-77 signed an agreement to urge Great Britain to resume negotiations about the Falklands
Qatar, April 21, 2012
In the G-77 plus China in Qatar, was approved a declaration signed by 130 countries that urges the United Kingdom to resume negotiations with Argentina over the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands.
The document was signed by 130 countries in the thirteenth United Nations Conference on Trade and Development held in Doha, Qatar.
It cites “the need for Argentina and the Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to resume negotiations in accordance with the principles and objectives of the United Nations Charter and relevant resolutions of the General Assembly.”
And to “find, as soon as possible a peaceful solution to the sovereignty dispute over the Falkland Islands, which seriously damages the economic capacity of Argentina. “
Finally, representatives of the countries called for “both sides to refrain from taking decisions that would involve the introduction of unilateral changes in the situation while the islands are going through the process recommended by the General Assembly.”