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Argentina may consider energy cooperation with Great Britain



The country is willing to join a fossil fuels exploration project near the disputed Falklands Islands.



09.Sep.16 7:56 AM
By Alesya Davydova
Photo Toinnov.com

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Argentina may consider energy cooperation with Great Britain

Argentina is considering possible cooperation with Great Britain in a form of a joint fossil fuels exploration project near the disputed Falklands Islands, Oilprice.com reports citing Argentine Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra.

Any energy ventures between the two countries can make a change in rhetoric from the less diplomatic exchanges under the previous president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, towards Britain over the disputed archipelago some 300 miles off the Argentine coast.

“We think over the long term a solution can be found but in the meantime we can and should be respectful, and find ways to open up the opportunities for confidence-building measures. There has been a zero-sum approach, but we think if we sit at the table, and are positive and creative there are alternatives,” Malcorra added.

Argentina’s president Mauricio Macri is looking for stronger diplomatic ties with Britain. At the same time, last January he reaffirmed Argentina’s claim over the Falklands, but expressed his desire “to begin talks about that issue, and in the meantime find the ways to cooperate.”




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