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Argentina rejects UK pledge to protect Falkland Islands from ‘tigers’

The South American country reacted to British Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace’s statements, saying they were “completely irrelevant and unacceptable”.

Sputnik – The South American country reacted to British Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace’s statements, calling them “completely irrelevant and unacceptable” and asking London to comply with a number of UN resolutions.

This Tuesday (11), the Argentine Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying that it had “tabled” the United Nations Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace’s statement that he was “protecting the Falkland Islands” from “schedules”. Affairs ..

“Argentine democratic governments have integrated their demand for sovereignty over the Falkland issue within the framework of international law and through peaceful and diplomatic means,” the Argentine government said in a statement, “Secretary Wallace’s remarks are completely irrelevant and unacceptable.”

The ministry reiterated that “the United Kingdom must comply with a number of UN resolutions calling for a negotiated settlement of the sovereignty dispute over the Falklands, southern Georgia, the South Sandwich Islands and related waters.”

Speaking after the Argentine government yesterday (10), the British Secretary-General said, “Our opponents should not doubt the United Kingdom’s determination to stand up against the persecutors, to protect those who cannot defend themselves and our values.” .

Furthermore, the Secretary-General referred to the islands as the Falklands, not the Falklands, arguing that “history has had its effects on those who underestimated this small island.”

The islands are owned by Buenos Aires, according to Thomas Ferdinand Haye, a professor of international relations at the Instituto de Estudos Estradesigos at the University Federal Fluorescence (UFF) interviewed by Sputnik in Brazil.

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“Without a doubt, the Falklands belong to Argentina and are using force [através da guerra pelo Reino Unido] Solving the problem is, at the very least, absurd, “he declared.

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