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Timerman: 'Argentina not upset with US, Germany'

Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman played down today the diplomatic tension surged in the last hours with the United States and Germany amidst a legal battle between Argentina and the so called "vulture funds."

He said: "Argentina is not angry with any other nation." "What we do is to defend our interests," he added.

Timerman flew to Switzerland to a United Nations Human Rights Council meeting which approved an anti-vulture fund resolution today condemning financial speculation.

Timerman rejected one more time statements made by Germany's Finance Minister Wolgang Schauble and reproduced by an ad recently published in Argetnine media and signed by the American Task Force Argetnina group.

"The German minister made untrue statements," he told a news agency, adding "but we are not upset."

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