Rajoy and Cameron in agreement, except on Gibraltar!22-02-2012
British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has made clear that his country will not negotiate with Spain on the future of Gibraltar without the inhabitants of the Rock: "Gibraltarians are the ones who must decide their future".
Cameron reiterated that the "British position has not changed" regarding the situation of the British colony in a news conference with the Spanish prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, who has held a working lunch in Downing Street, official residence of the British Prime Minister.
"We have spoken of Gibraltar and the Foreign Ministers will continue to speak in the future, we have different positions, but we will continue talking in the future," has merely indicated Rajoy, but Cameron has been more blunt, referring to the differences that separate the British from the Spanish in this dispute.
"We will not commit to anything if Gibraltarians disagree", Cameron stated, who also said that the sovereignty of the Rock "is not going to bring in the strong relationship between Spain and the UK".
The harmony between Rajoy and Cameron has become clear this weekend in the letter that both have signed, along with ten other European leaders to urge other members to adopt common measures for growth and employment.
"The letter is important symbolically, is a principle of declaration to form a new power core covering the Nordic countries, Eastern Europe and the new Italy of Monti, which is counterbalanced to some extent to the Europe that wants to dominate France and Germany. The evolution of the alliance Spain-England will be something interesting to follow in the coming months".
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