RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In the context of the controversy between Argentina and Chile over the control of a maritime zone in the American South Atlantic, Argentine researcher Walter Formento talked to GPS International to analyze the possible implications of extra-zone powers in the diplomatic dispute.
The Argentine government sent a note of protest to the Chilean government. It rejects its expansive vocation to annex as its own a part of the continental shelf of some 5,000 square kilometers.
In this regard, "it is important to understand that Piñera's government urgently needs to produce facts that . . .
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