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Timerman ratifies Argentina will 'get frigate back' without negotiating with vulture funds

Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman

Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman stressed that Argentina will not negotiate with vulture funds in order to recover the Libertad navy training frigate, which remains impounded in a Ghanaian port since October 2, and whose crew arrived in Buenos Aires early on Thursday.

“We will recover the Frigate as we recovered all other Argentine assets, without negotiating,” Timerman added as he read a list of the country’s assets embargoed in the past due to claims by vulture funds led by billionaire US businessman Paul Singer.

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