Cristina: “We want to meet the UN resolutions to live in a safer world”
October 3, 2012
President Cristina Fernandez received at Government House to her counterpart in the Federal Republic of Lebanon, General Michel Sleiman, with whom she had an audience and signed cooperation agreements.
In the joint statement, the two leaders reaffirmed the decision of integration between the two nations.
The Head of State also thanked the Lebanon support and across the Arab world to the Argentine claim over the sovereignty of the Falklands.
The presidents of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez, and Lebanon, Michel Sleiman, signed this afternoon at Government House agreements on education, trade, and tourism visa.
President Cristina Fernandez stressed the “very deep ties between Argentina and Lebanon”, which translates into a large community of that origin in the country.
At the same time, she noted the coincidence between the two nations for “the right to have a Palestinian territory.”
She argued that this is a true “Gordian knot” of the Middle East conflict “recognition of the State of Palestine, just as the right of Israel to live in peace within the borders established by the Treaty of 1967.”