During a meeting with Guterres in New York, the Minister reiterated his support for the so-called “good office work” entrusted to the Secretary-General by the General Assembly, aimed at bringing Argentina and the United Kingdom back to the negotiating table.
“This is in accordance with the mandate established and re-enacted in several resolutions of this Assembly and its Special Colonial Committee,” the Argentine Foreign Ministry said in a statement issued today.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Sole is in New York this Thursday to attend a session of the Colonial Committee.
On the 10th, Alberto Fernandez, President of Argentina, declared the need to claim ownership of the Malvinas every day, whose sovereignty had been held by the British since 1833 and historically claimed by the South American nation. This demand is untouchable and it should be the rule of our foreign policy, “he said.
During a meeting with Guterres, Sole reaffirmed the Argentine government’s goal of “unity diversity” in the midst of the crisis caused by the Covit-19 epidemic.
It reiterated the country’s position in favor of “liberalizing patent rights on vaccines and medical products,” according to the official statement.
Sustainable development goals.
The Argentine Foreign Minister and Secretary-General also discussed the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030. UN The initiative aims to address new areas such as climate change, economic inequality, innovation, sustainable consumption, peace and justice.
“Argentina is fully committed to meeting its economic, social and environmental goals in the years to come,” the ministry said in a statement.
Sole and Guterres also discussed the dietary preparation process for the summit, which seeks to take global action to change diets and reduce related diseases.
The meeting was also attended by the Minister, along with Malvinas of Argentina, Antarctica and the Secretary General of the South Atlantic, Daniel Pilimus, and Maria del Carmenschef, Permanent Representative to the United Nations.