The United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization (C-24) adopted by consensus a new resolution reiterating, as every year since 1983, Invitation to the United Kingdom and Argentina Resume negotiations to achieve, as soon as possible, a peaceful and final solution to the dispute over sovereignty over the Malvinas Islands, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands and their surrounding maritime areas.
The resolution adopted today was co-sponsored by all the Latin American countries that are members of the Special Committee: Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba. Similarly, under the session, Delegation China, Indonesia, Syria, Russia, Antigua and Barbuda, East Timor, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are members of C24.
During the meeting, in addition, several statements in favor of Argentina’s rights were heard by the countries of the region, including interventions on behalf of The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) and the Member States and Associate States of MERCOSUR, Pronounced by Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Uruguay, respectively; While other countries in the region spoke in their national capacity.
The session, which was held at the United Nations headquarters in New York, was supported by the countries of the Group of 77 and China, through Cuba, which holds the presidency of the group, as well as the countries of the peace and cooperation zone in the European Union. Atlantic with the intervention of Brazil.
The official Argentine delegation was headed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, Santiago Caverowho participated in the course accompanied by the Governor of Tierra del Fuego Gustavo MelillaSenators Maria Eugenia Doré And Paul White; deputies Alberto AsifAnd Rosanna BurtonAnd Graciela CamanoAnd Mabel CaparrossAnd Julio Cobos and Eduardo Valdes And Caroline Jutrowicz; In addition to his chief of staff in the chancellery, Luciano TitusMinister of Malvinas, Antarctica and the South Atlantic, Guillermo CarmonaPermanent Representative of Argentina to the United Nations, Maria Del Carmen ScaifeMinister, National Director of the Malvinas Islands and the South Atlantic Sandra Peta.
In his address to the Committee, Foreign Minister Cafiero reaffirmed Argentina’s sovereign rights over the Malvinas Islands, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands and their surrounding maritime areas, and demanded that the UK comply with its international obligation to resume sovereignty negotiations. In this regard, he stressed that, for the Government of Argentina, the Malvinas Islands are past, present and future, and reaffirmed his determination to find a peaceful and final solution to the conflict in accordance with relevant General Assembly resolutions.
Created in 1961 as a subsidiary body of the United Nations General Assembly, the Committee of Twenty-Four has the task of ensuring the implementation of General Assembly Resolution 1514 (D-XV) and, in this context, annually examines the seventeen still pending cases of colonialism. Resolution, including the question of Malvinas.
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Within the framework of the course intended exclusively for the treatment of The Malvinas case in the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization In New York, Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero called for the United Kingdom to vehemently Resumption of bilateral negotiations with our country to find a peaceful and final solution to the dispute over sovereignty in the islandsas set forth in the mandate of the United Nations and at the request of many multilateral organizations since 1983.
He was accompanied by the head of Argentine diplomacy, Gustavo Melilla, governor of the province of Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and the islands of the South Atlantic Ocean. Sens. Pablo Daniel Blanco (UCR) and María Eugenia Doré (in front of everyone); and Representatives Alberto Acieff (PRO); Rosanna Andrea Burton (in front of everyone); Graciela Camaño (Buenaerense Identity); Mabel Caparros (in front of everyone); Julio Cobos (UCR); Eduardo Valdes (in front of everyone) and Karolina Jotrović (in front of everyone).
Moments before the UN Decolonization Committee approved a new consensus resolution, this time presented by the Chilean delegation, whose text, as Argentina claims, urges the parties to resume negotiations, Cafiero stated that “for the Argentines, the Malvinas Islands, South Georgia, the South Sandwich Islands And the sea spaces around it have been, are and will be Argentinian, because this history of expropriation is part of our past, but it is also our present and our future.”
“The UK recently took its disproportionate and unwarranted military presence in the South Atlantic to a new level with the deployment of a contingent of the so-called ‘Kosovo Security Forces’.” The chancellor denounced, and also emphasized the importance of “Continue humanitarian tasks of identifying ex-combatantsWithin the framework of obligations arising from international humanitarian law and in order to provide answers and comfort to families.”
“So far, the Argentine government has not received a positive response to the proposal madeconfirmed.