Argentina: Kerry announces declassification of dictatorship era documents

United States Secretary of State John Kerry announced at a press conference in Buenos Aires on Thursday that the US is to declassify intelligence documents related to the Argentinian military dictatorship period.
"I want to note that the relation between the United States and Argentina is an exciting, forward-looking one. But we're also conscious of the lessons of the past," Kerry said.
"Later today I will deliver the first tranche of those declassified documents to President Macri with more to come as we continue in this effort."
The United States government of period was directly supportive of anti-communist dictatorships in the Southern Cone of Southern America. At least 13,000 people were "disappeared" during Argentina's Dirty War, a campaign of state repression waged against dissidents and the left.