The President thanked the support of the former Spanish presidents to the claim of dialogue for Malvinas
The President thanked the Spanish ex-presidents for their support for the Malvinas dialogue claim.

President Alberto Fernández thanked the former presidents of the Spanish democracy that were pronounced in support for the restart of the dialogue between Argentina and the United Kingdom of Great Britain regarding sovereignty over the Falkland Islands that he received after a statement made by the ambassador to Spain, Ricardo Alfonsín.

“Congratulations Ambassador Ricardo Alfonsín for promoting the meeting and solidarity between Spain and Argentina. And all my gratitude to the former presidents of the Spanish democracy for joining the claim of sovereignty of the Argentine people over the Falkland Islands”, the president published this Friday on his Twitter account.

In this way, the President expressed his gratitude to the former Heads of Government of Spain Felipe González, José María Aznar, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero and Mariano Rajoy, who support the Dialogue for Malvinas between Argentina and the United Kingdom.

Meanwhile, the Argentine Embassy in Spain also expressed its gratitude and assured that the ex-presidents urge “dialogue for the Malvinas” as well as “other high authorities in international politics” of the Iberian nation.

“The members of this Dialogue Support Group expressed their commitment to international law and the peaceful solution of differences between States and reiterate what was expressed in the declarations of the Ibero-American Summits, among other forums,” the embassy detailed in its account on Twitter along with a fragment of the statement calling for a “prompt resolution of the dispute.”

For its part, the Minister of Foreign Relations, International Trade and Worship, Santiago Cafiero, stressed that “The international community supports the dialogue between Argentina and the United Kingdom for Malvinas” and highlighted the members of this group for expressing “their commitment to a peaceful solution and international law” through a tweet using the hashtag MalvinasNosUne.

Spanish authorities such as deputy Miguel Herrero and Rodríguez de Miñón, former Minister of Foreign Affairs José Manuel García-Margallo, former Secretary of State for International Cooperation and for Latin America Miguel Angel Cortés and former Secretary General of NATO also participated in the meeting. and High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union, Javier Solana.

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