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Johnson warns Fernández that Falklands sovereignty “is not in question”

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O premiê britânico, Boris Johnson, posa para foto ao lado do presidente americano, Joe Biden, durante cúpula do G7 nos Alpes da Baviera, na Alemanha
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson poses with US President Joe Biden during a G7 summit in the Bavarian Alps , in Germany| Photo: EFE/Christian Bruna

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson met this Monday -fair (27) during the G7 summit in Germany with the president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, in which he guaranteed that the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands “is not in question”.

“The Prime Minister stressed that the inhabitants of Falklands, like all people, they have the right to self-determination,” said the spokesperson, just two weeks after the 40th anniversary of the war for the Falklands won by the British Army.

Nonetheless, Johnson and Fernández praised the “value of friendship between the British and Argentines” and opted to “find ways to strengthen the relationship” between the two countries.

At the meeting during the summit of industrialized countries, in which Fernández is invited to represent Latin America and the Caribbean, the two leaders agreed to work together in several areas, including the promotion of sustainable energy.

They also addressed possible solutions to unlock Ukraine’s cereal exports and discussed the evolution of the conflict triggered by the Russian invasion in 13 of February.

Johnson highlighted “the importance of the international community in supporting Ukraine’s sovereignty” and told Fernández that “Ukrainians will not stop fighting” under any circumstances.

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