Cafiero demands UN that Britain ends its colonialism – El País

This committee approved the project so that the sovereignty claim over the Malvinas Islands remains in effect.

In his speech in New York, which began at 10:46 am local time (11:46 am in Argentina), coffee stated that “it is time for Britain to listen to the international community and continue negotiations to reach a peaceful solution to the sovereignty dispute with the Argentine Republic, that it is not afraid of peace” and that it has lost its fear of dialogue at home. international law”.

He said that “today worldwide there are still 17 colonial situations awaiting resolution, 10 of which involve the British,” and “one of them is Malvinas.”

Within this framework, he considered that “it is time for Britain to leave the exercise of its colonial powers in the pages of history” and “act in accordance with the resolutions of the bodies to which it is a part, including as a permanent member of the Security Council.

“Neither Argentina nor international law recognizes power, deprivation and privilege,” the foreign minister stressed.

In his speech, Cafiero argued that it was time for Britain to listen to the international community and resume negotiations.

According to Cafiero, “the world cannot remain indifferent to the goal of changing stability in Latin America and the Caribbean, one of the most consolidated regions of peace on the planet.”

And he referred that “it is time for Britain to listen to the international community and continue negotiations to reach a peaceful solution to the sovereignty dispute with the Argentine Republic, that it does not fear peace, that it loses its fear of dialogue in international law”.

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He recalled the many statements of the Organization of American States, the Group of 77 and China, the Community of Latin America and Caribbean States, Mercosur, the Central American Integration System (SICA) and the Ibero-American Summit, among other regional and international ones. to continue negotiations and a peaceful solution on Argentine sovereignty in the Malvinas Islands.

Monkeypox in Cuyo

The ANLIS-Malbrán Institute yesterday confirmed that a man who arrived in Mendoza from Spain with mild symptoms compatible with monkeypox had the disease, while the World Health Organization (WHO) will announce in the next few hours its definition of whether it is a public disease. International Important Health Emergency.

“Last weekend, a suspected case of monkeypox was detected in Mendoza Province. After experiencing symptoms, a man consulted a health institution who, immediately, was notified by the Provincial Epidemiology Department. Province,” the Mendoza government statement at the time said. confirm the news.

And he explained that “as per protocol, samples were taken to rule out or confirm disease and the provincial Ministry of Health sent samples for electron microscopy and PCR to the Laboratory Administration and National Institute of Health (ANLIS) Dr. Carlos Malbran”.

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