Argentina gets new and broad support from the United Nations in its claim over Malvina Islands. On the 23rd of June, Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie participated in the session of the Special Committee on Decolonization of the United Nations in New York, which aimed to address the Malvinas Islands issue. A resolution calling for Argentina and the United Kingdom to renegotiate bilateral negotiations to find a solution to the dispute over the sovereignty of Malvinas Islands was agreed by consensus. In his first speech before this Committee, the Chancellor pointed that "the Malvinas Question is a historical and central issue for all Argentines" He explained: "our National Constitution recognizes this in its first transitional clause." "Malvinas Transcends governments and overcomes political and party differences, constituting a true state policy".