Cameron will arrive in the Malvinas to reiterate his commitment to the self-determination of the Kelpers

British Foreign Minister David Cameron would be arriving in the Islands this week.

17 de February de 2024 23:33

He could be arriving prior to his visit to Brazil for the G20 meeting that begins on Wednesday.

The British Foreign Minister, David Cameron, will visit the Malvina Islands and reiterate his country's commitment to defending the right of the inhabitants of the archipelago to self-determination, during the first leg of a trip to the South Atlantic, South America and New York.

As announced this Sunday by the Foreign Office in a statement, the head of British diplomacy will meet with leaders of the Malvinas Government and “will see the communities that are part of the British family when he visits Stanley and other places” in that archipelago under sovereignty. British, which Argentina claims.

Although Foreign Affairs has not specified the date of the trip, some local media claim that Cameron could travel there next week.

During his visit, the conservative politician will observe the work that islanders do to protect their natural environment and see some of the millions of penguins that live on the archipelago.

By Agenda Malvinas


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