May 20, 2013
Argentina presents UK with plan to resume flights to Malvinas
Argentina’s Ambassador to the UK Alicia Castro officially presented today Argentina's proposal to establish Aerolíneas Argentinas airline regular flights to the Malvinas Islands, during a meeting with UK’s Minister of State Jeremy Browne in London.
Likewise, Castro presented a project aimed to the South Atlantic fish conservation, and resume negotiations in order to re-discuss the South Atlantic Fishing Commission’s terms and conditions.
According to an offcial communiqué, the Argentine proposal to resume direct flights between Argentina’s main land and the archipelago “marks an opportunity to enhance the islanders’ quality of life and their communications capabilities.”
Furthermore, the communiqué remarks that “the Argentine government reiterates its determination to solve the existent sovereignty dispute by peaceful and diplomatic means, while also expects the British government to listen to obey the numerous United Nations’ resolutions issued on this matter.”