Timerman in London: “redouble efforts to resume negotiations the UK
February 6, 2013
Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman said the Falkland Islands conflict “is not just one more case of colonialism” and highlighted its importance to the global community at the opening the first meeting of the 18 European groups Pro Dialogue in London.
“Today, more than ever, it is necessary that those who want a more just world, in which the right to order the military arrogance, we must redouble efforts to make the United Kingdom to resume negotiations,” said the foreign minister.
Timerman thanked the politicians, academics, writers and journalists from 18 European countries between now and tomorrow will discuss the sovereignty dispute in the residence of the ambassador Alicia Castro, in the center of the capital.
“It is a very powerful force that comes when you see so many people in the world who understands the problems of Malvinas” added the diplomat and noted that there are 95 groups of 80 countries in solidarity with Argentina.
For the Chancellor, the conflict “is not a case of colonialism, but a situation that tests the justice of the whole international system, as it is unacceptable that there are states that intend to ignore the resolutions of the United Nations (UN).”