President Alberto Fernandez met this morning with the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson. Although they talked about multiple issues related to cooperation between the two countries, the Argentine president said that it was necessary to start a negotiation on Falklands to which Johnson replied that the sovereignty of the islands “is not in question.
According to a spokesman for Downing StreetBritish Prime Minister’s Office, Boris Johnson was “firm” when Alberto Fernandez “raised the question” of the islands located in the South Atlantic.
“The prime minister stressed that the inhabitants of the Falklandslike all people, have the right to self-determination,” the spokesman said.
Also, at the meeting Fernández y Johnson they extolled the “value of friendship between the British and the Argentines”, and opted for “finding ways to strengthen the relationship” between the two countries.
At their meeting during the summit of industrialized countries, to which Alberto Fernandez attends as a guest on behalf of Latin America and the Caribbean, both leaders agreed to work together in various areas, including in promoting the “sustainable energies“.
Solutions were also discussed to unblock cereal exports from Ukraine and discussed the evolution of the invasion unleashed by Russialast February 24.
Johnson underlined “the importance of the international community supporting Ukraine’s sovereignty” and stressed before Fernández that “Ukrainians will not stop fighting” under any circumstances.