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Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez
Sat Mar 17, 2012 8:29AM GMT



All the love and an enormous hug to the entire Chilean people…I came across who shouted at me 'The Malvinas are Argentina’s'. Thank you so much."

Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez

Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez has expressed appreciation to the people of Chile for their support in her country's bid over the sovereignty of the Malvinas Islands.


During a recent visit to Chile’s capital city, Santiago, on Friday, Fernandez expressed her gratitude to the Chilean people for saying that the Malvinas Islands belong to Argentina.

"All the love and an enormous hug to the entire Chilean people and thanks for their love and affection especially to the many [Chilean] women who told me very sweet things and also to all the Chileans who shouted at me 'The Malvinas are Argentina’s'. Thank you so much," said Fernandez.

President Fernandez also met with Chile’s President Sebastian Pinera who voiced a night earlier his country’s support for “the rights of Argentina in the dispute over the sovereignty of the Malvinas, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands, and over the maritime territories around them."

President Fernandez's visit comes only two weeks ahead of the 30th anniversary of a war between Argentina and the UK over the disputed islands.

Earlier this month, the Argentine senate unanimously voted for a measure, known as the "Ushuaia Declaration," asserting the South American country’s “legitimate sovereignty” over the archipelago.

London has refused to engage in UN-initiated talks on the de-colonization of the islands, instead opting to deploy its most sophisticated warship, HMS Dauntless, and a nuclear submarine to the South Atlantic to prevent Argentina’s possible counter-move.

The Malvinas Islands, located about 300 miles off Argentina's coast and home to about 3,000 inhabitants, have been declared part of the British Overseas Territories since Britain established its colonial rule on the islands in 1833.

Britain and Argentina also fought a 74-day war in 1982 over the islands, which ended with the British side claiming victory over the Argentineans.

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South American countries are united to defend Argentina.....Some countries should meditate on that...

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South American countries are united to defend Argentina.....Some countries should meditate on that...

There's a global awakening going on..Countries all over the world are beginning to be assertive in defending their national interest..The British claim to the Malvinas is as ridiculous as Iranian claim to some Island off the coast of Britain...It just doesn't hold water..Gone are the days when South American countries could be bullied into doing whatever the US wanted without a sniff..I see a similar thing  happening in Asia in the near future..Iran could become a full member of the SCO this year..Other countries will also join..With global natural resources dwindling, expect more alliances to be formed to protect their assets..

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Too bad even Falkanders are in favor of being British...

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Too bad even Falkanders are in favor of being British...
They can go back to Britain then.

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They can go back to Britain then.
Or Argentina can take a step back from the oil in the area.

Also note only 29% are ethnically Anglo, the majority want to be under British control should be telling.

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Too bad even Falkanders are in favor of being British...

give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar...

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There's a global awakening going on..Countries all over the world are beginning to be assertive in defending their national interest..The British claim to the Malvinas is as ridiculous as Iranian claim to some Island off the coast of Britain...It just doesn't hold water..Gone are the days when South American countries could be bullied into doing whatever the US wanted without a sniff..I see a similar thing  happening in Asia in the near future..Iran could become a full member of the SCO this year..Other countries will also join..With global natural resources dwindling, expect more alliances to be formed to protect their assets..

Indeed, I am noticing that more and more people are waking up!
I will also add that the British tried to put their hands on Argentina...the Malvinas are the tip of the iceberg
Interestingly now the UK may well break apart the English on one side and the Scottish on the other......

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Or Argentina can take a step back from the oil in the area.

Also note only 29% are ethnically Anglo, the majority want to be under British control should be telling.

What is your source that the majority want to be under british control?

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What is your source that the majority want to be under british control?

http://www.fco.gov.uk/en/travel-and-living-abroad/travel-advice-by-country/country-profile/south-america/falkland-islands/?profile=all

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The people who live in the Falklands now are not a transitory population. Many can trace their origins in the Islands back to the early 19th century. Britain is committed to defend their right to choose their own future. The Islanders are fully entitled to enjoy the right of self-determination. It is a right which cannot be applied selectively or be open to negotiation, and one which is recognised in the UN Charter and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Self-determination does not necessarily mean independence. Britain has willingly granted independence where it has been requested, and will continue to do so where it is an option, while remaining committed to those of its Overseas Territories which choose to retain the British connection. In exercise of their right of self-determination, the Falkland Islanders have repeatedly made known their wish to remain British. An Argentine-inspired poll, conducted in 1994, revealed that 87% of them would be against any form of discussion with Argentina over sovereignty, under any circumstances.

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lmao at your source.

'fco.gov.uk'

CrazyIvan, you must let the fox guard the hen house for sure.

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Credible source, bro...

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lmao at your source.

'fco.gov.uk'

CrazyIvan, you must let the fox guard the hen house for sure.
Argentina is only in it for the oil.

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Argentina is only in it for the oil.

And Britain is not...

yah.

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Argentina is only in it for the oil.

so that's your rebuttal for bringing a bogus source?

Argentina SHOULD be in it for the oil, if they are not then one should question the sovereignty or independence of their leaders. This is their land, it's their right to get it back and the oil their makes it more of a must do.

I really question your intelligence Ivan. The fact that their are oil deposits there makes it more likely that one would want their land back, rather than not. Although it makes no difference if there wasn't oil there, from my point of view, but having the oil there gives it more of an urgency to get it back.

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