Governor of Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and the South Atlantic Islands, Gustavo MelelaThis Thursday the head of the United States Southern Command replied, laura richardson, who a few days earlier whitewashed the US government’s significant interest in the “lithium triangle”, oil and copper present in Argentina and the region. Melela warns Does not need protection from Latin American countries Policies and Natural Resources,
The crossing came after the assurance of the US Army Latin America is important For “all its rich resources and rare earth elements”, such as “Lithium Triangle”Which is present between Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, and will raise a major controversy due to the suggestive interest of the Joe Biden government in the region.
State President gave assurance AM750 that after reading the statements, their first reaction was to think richardson Era “a bold” “I had to read it again, because someone thinks it is not. It is very serious,” he said.
Melela laments: “They are already honest. What a big alert. When they say it’s because they crossed too many limits, This is the reason why they are handled so easily. What he is doing and saying is very serious. ambassador to our country You have to apologise.”
As in an elementary school lesson, the president said in a didactic tone: “Natural resources belong to each province. Lithium is from Argentina, gas, oil, fishing, Whatever natural resource is in our area, it is ours. And it has to do with sovereignty.”
For this reason, Melela replied to the North American official and said: “America doesn’t need America to take care of it. Natural resources are related to power, development and future. They trust more and more bosses. We don’t need to be protected.”
Finally, the governor questioned the echo silence of the opposition About this topic: “It is strange that they did not come out. A few days back they launched a whole campaign for a Chinese proxy base in the country, but here they don’t say anything. they are loyal employees,
And regarding the position of the executive branch, he concluded: “Humility does not drive away the brave. Argentina, no matter how good relations it has with the United States, You can’t say anything in front of such a huge encroachment,