Argentina affirms its commitment to recognize the State of Palestine

Confirmed Argentine Foreign Minister Susanna Malcorra, that her Government would not abandon its recognition of Palestine as an independent state.
The minister said the Argentine told reporters, "We adhere to our policy based on the recognition of the state of Palestine."
Argentina signed last June on a document by UNESCO entitled "occupied Palestine," where he described Israel as "an occupying power ".
The minister said Malcorra, "We are studying carefully every decision or taken a step to ensure the health of the vocabulary used."
Argentina formally recognized Palestine as an independent state in 2010, in the reign of president of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
More than 100 countries have officially recognized the state of Palestine in whole or in part, but not yet recognized by the United States, Britain, Japan and the majority of EU countries