Vilmos: “The aim of the military presence is for the United Kingdom to be able to continue to exploit the natural resources of that entire region.
The Argentine government has refused new missile launches by the United Kingdom in the Falkland IslandsAnd he pointed it out “Peace is the only way to restore the exercise of sovereignty.” In the archipelago.
“Al Qaeda and the disproportionate British military presence in the South Atlantic have no defensive meaning in any way,” he said, “as Argentina reiterated that the only way to restore the exercise of sovereignty is peace, dialogue, diplomacy and compliance with international law.” Malvinas’ secretary, Interreda e Atlantico Sur, to Chancellor Daniel Vilmos, refused to fire rockets in the area.
It was stated in a press release that “The main objective of the military presence is to ensure that the British have access to and control of Antarctica, the vital corridor between the Atlantic and the Pacific, and to ensure that the United Kingdom continues to exploit the natural resources of that entire region.”
“The main objective of the military presence is to ensure that the British have access to and control of Antarctica, the vital corridor between the Atlantic and the Pacific, and to ensure that the United Kingdom continues to exploit the natural resources of that entire region.”“
In parallel, he noted that “As President Alberto Fernández indicated in his last speech on 1 March to the National Congress, the time has come for bilateral dialogue to restore the exercise of sovereignty in the Malvinas Islands under United Nations Resolution 2065. And there is no longer room for colonialism in the first century. Twenty “”.
The statement issued by the Argentine Foreign Ministry confirms this The United Kingdom “began between 26 and 28 April military exercises in the illegally occupied Argentine territory, including the firing of Rapper missiles from the Malvinas Islands.”.
“These maneuvers – they are said – constitute an unjustified display of force and once again ignore the calls of the numerous resolutions of the United Nations and other international organizations urging Argentina and the United Kingdom to resume negotiations in order to find a peaceful and final solution to the sovereign dispute involving both countries in the question of the Malvinas Islands.”
It is also mentioned Argentina condemned the situation of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the International Maritime Organization..
The official statement stressed that “these military maneuvers once again demonstrate that the illegal occupation of Malvinas is a pretext for the establishment of a disproportionate military base.”
In tune, he states that “he currently has 1,200 soldiers in Mont Agradabel and 300 other civilians providing services to perform support missions,” and adds that the Falkland Islands “represent one of the most militarized regions in the world, taking into account the number of military personnel per inhabitant.”
“These maneuvers constitute an unjustified display of force and once again ignore the calls of numerous UN resolutions.”“
In this regard, that British Forces in the South Atlantic Islands (BFSAI) are disproportionate if one takes into account the continuing desire for dialogue expressed by the government of Argentina and its desire to resolve the regional dispute by peaceful means..
The text adds: “This military deployment in a region of peace and free of nuclear weapons, not only affects Argentina, but also the countries of the region and other regions, which have expressed their concern through multiple statements.”
Great Britain illegally occupies the Falkland Islands.
In particular, the statement said, “The military presence and the launching of missiles are inconsistent with General Assembly Resolution 41/11 (Peace and Cooperation Zone in the South Atlantic), which urges, among other provisions, states over all other regions, especially militarily important states. That the South Atlantic region as a region of peace and cooperation be strictly respected, in particular by reducing its military presence in the aforementioned region and ultimately abolishing it. ”