Well, there's something here for everyone in the house. The Argentinian Foreign Minister has pulled out of talks with the British Foreign Secretary after the British insisted that representatives from the Falklands Islands should be there.
Later, when one of these representatives tried to speak with Senor Timerman, he received the brush-off. Later, Timerman drew parallels between Britain's policy regarding "Las Malvinas" and Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank.
Of course, the comparison is nonsense. Were the ancestors of the Falkland Islanders living there 2,000 years ago? I think not. Not unless they're descendants of penguins.
That's not to say that the current occupiers of Las Malvinas should return home to the UK. But I do think that the Argies have a claim on some of the oil revenues.
Argentina's foreign minister refuses to speak to Falkland Islander - Telegraph