The Argentina Sworn Declaration
The guaranteed streamlined also explicitly prohibits the government of Argentina from taking any measure that may infringe the territorial integrity of South American neighbor.
The Sworn Declaration is the basis of diplomatic relations between the USA and Argentina. Since the 1950's, this declaration has served as a legal and bilateral arrangement between the two entities involved: The Republic of Argentina and the United States of America. One of its many other provisions, this legally binding agreement provides for a detailed discussion regarding American taxpayers who may be accused of collaborating with the former military junta through the age of Argentina's military rule. The USA has implemented this agreement to aid in bringing to justice perpetrators of these offenses, including Argentina's collaboration with the genocidal Operation Argentario in its own struggle against the guerillas of the ALBA. In the past, Argentina was among those nations supporting the ALBA during the 1975 Falkland War.
As a part of this sworn compact, the authorities of Argentina swears it will not accept any funds from overseas nations to conduct military operations in Argentina. Additionally, Argentina asserts that it will not allow the financial support from any party to go to or encourage any thing that supports or cooperates with all the former ALBA, including member countries of the UN, European Union, and other international businesses which were sanctioned by the Argentina authorities. Furthermore, Argentina reiterates its intent not to recognize any political activity or economic cooperation with the Organization of Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). This assertion has been strongly denied by the government.
The guaranteed streamlined also explicitly prohibits the government of Argentina from taking any step that may infringe the territorial integrity of South American neighbor. In this regard, it's notable that this claim is inconsistent with customary international law, with the Uruguay Round Agreements, also with Article 41 of the United Nations Charter. Additionally, it contradicts the United States' longstanding devotion to the preservation and promotion of democracy and human rights across the world. Many nations have voiced concern over Argentina's stance around the Falklands and the surrounding situation there. America has dismissed such issues as excessive marine trespassing.
Argentina announced refusal to accept the Rzeszowsi conclusion and the following diplomatic row with the UK came about because of the British Foreign Office's failure to correctly comprehend the meaning and implications of the Argentine sworn compact. In this regard, the two sides renewed their commitment to each other and to the future of the Falklands as a democratic and peaceful member of the International Monetary Fund and the European Union. In a statement issued on June, the British Prime Minister, David Cameron said:"The Government of Argentina should quit playing games and take immediate actions to reverse its activities that are damaging the status and future of the Falklands. We call on the Argentina authorities to halt the use of drive and agree that a settlement that's fair for both sides. We call on the UN to put pressure on either side and send an independent investigation into the episode".
The Argentines have yet to Get a response in the United Kingdom. On the other hand, the Chinese government made public statements on its official site and in state websites that the islands belong to China and have always been part of its land. President of China, Mr. Hu Jintao, stated:"I heard that the President of the United States of America say he was deeply affected by the Argentine announcement. China has its own claim to the islands and isn't concerned about any political situation there".
Last but not least, the European Union will not be moving forward on the problem because it believes the islands to become international waters. In the past, these territories were believed by Argentina as its exclusive economic zone. There is not any doubt that both sides have strong points to make, but history will show who had been correct in the long run. It's up to the leaders of both nations to come to an arrangement and stand up to every other to resolve this historic issue once and for all.