December 8, 2022

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Argentina says Britain uses Falklands as 'military enclave' - News

Argentina says Britain uses Falklands as ‘military enclave’ – News









Defense Minister of ArgentinaAgustin Rossi announced on Monday at an event honoring veterans of the 1982 Falklands War that the country continues to claim sovereignty over the islands through diplomatic channels, but condemned the use of the archipelago as a “military base”. England.


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Held next to the ministerial headquarters in Buenos Aires, the event was dedicated to the recognition of the 255 Britons, three islanders and 649 Argentines who died in the war, exactly 39 years after the end of the wars.

Since April 2, when the new anniversary of the start of the war was commemorated, the country has begun a 40-year vigil, which will end in 2022, Rossi said.










In the middle of his speech, Rossi said, “The war is not over for Britain” and added: “Britain’s actions are not benign in terms of security policy.”

According to the Argentinian official, the British continued to carry out military exercises, which he considered “offensive”. “They deserve our rejection, criticism and perpetual condemnation,” he opined.

“The United Kingdom has turned the Falklands into a military base, where British soldiers are stationed many islanders. Through geopolitical and geostrategic analysis of the islands, British interest is placed on the importance of this military. Its vision for the South-South Atlantic, Antarctica and its vision for the Straits of Magellan,” he added. said.

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Diplomatic Complaint and English Blockade





The minister condemned the United Kingdom’s blockade against the Argentine government’s efforts to improve or reorganize its armed forces and pledged to continue the struggle for control of the archipelago.

“We will continue to pursue our claim to the Falklands through diplomatic channels. No country in the world wants to be accused of imperialism or Britain using an overt colonial situation with Argentina today,” Rossi said. “Any element of British ancestry interferes with any kind of activity,” he added.

Last Friday, Argentine President Alberto Fernandez defended his country’s sovereignty over the Falkland Islands. According to him, the region has been “usurped” by the United Kingdom.

“Argentina made a lot of efforts to find dialogue and agreements with the usurpers, but it didn’t go well,” the head of government lamented at an event marking the day Argentina confirmed its rights to the Falkland Islands.

In his view, the United Kingdom settled in the Falklands for economic and military reasons, to have better control over the South Atlantic.