Buenos Aires Herald

04/10/2016
Sra. Canciller Buenos Aires Herald Argentina

Macri, Temer call for new ‘flexibility’ in Mercosur

The two Heads of State also signed several accords at the Olivos presidential residence, along with their Foreign Ministers Susana Malcorra and José Serra (Brazil). Agreements to provide incentives for small businesses, to improve border controls and infrastructure were also signed.
 

04/10/2016
Sra. Canciller Buenos Aires Herald Argentina

UK representatives shut down talk of sovereignty negotiations over Malvinas

The statement was roundly criticized and also walked back almost completely by Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra in the following hours and later by other government representatives, with Malcorra conceding that there was “still a long way to go” before any such negotiations were held.

03/10/2016
Sra. Canciller Buenos Aires Herald Argentina

Macri prepares to host Temer

The Brazilian leader is scheduled to arrive today at 10am in the Jorge Newbery airport in Buenos Aires City aboard the Brazilian presidency’s Airbus A-319 plane, accompanied by Foreign Minister José Serra, and the ministers of Development, Industry, Commerce, Defence and other government officials. Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra will receive them at the airport, and the group will then travel for lunch in Olivos to discuss various bilateral issues.

03/10/2016
Sra. Canciller Buenos Aires Herald Argentina

Malcorra to explain Malvinas declaration

Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra is scheduled to visit Congress to inform the Foreign Relations Committee about a statement released by the Foreign Ministry related to Argentina and the UK’s relations regarding the Malvinas islands.

29/09/2016
Sra. Canciller Buenos Aires Herald Argentina

Deputy FM grilled over Malvinas statement

Malcorra in turn is expected to attend a Foreign Affairs Committee meeting in the Senate soon and her presence at a Lower House committee meeting has not been totally ruled out.

27/09/2016
Sra. Canciller Buenos Aires Herald Argentina

Malcorra up to 4th in UN race

Portugal’s former prime minister Antonio Guterres retained his spot as the first choice to succeed Ban Ki-moon as the next UN secretary-general yesterday as the race heated up. Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra rose one place to fourth in the latest informal poll of Security Council members, though she registered the same voting breakdown.

Despite the improved performance, Malcorra’s chances of winning the post appear slim, though she managed to keep her position as the highest-ranked woman in the race.

27/09/2016
Sra. Canciller Buenos Aires Herald The World

Macri and Massa both attend ceremony in Cartegena

As Macri arrived in Cartegena yesterday, he spoke of the peace deal saying “how important this is for the region and for the whole continent ... I am a believer in dialogue and I wish the best of success knowing how important this is for Colombia, for the region and for the whole continent.” Macri was accompanied by Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra and Secretary of Strategic

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