Perez and Vuoto responded to Milei's statements where he ignores Argentine sovereignty over the Malvinas

The mayors of Río Grande and Ushuaia also repudiated on social media Javier Milei's statements to the British press, where the Argentine president justified David Cameron's visit to the Malvinas Islands and once again praised Margaret Tacher.

10 de May de 2024 11:48

“The Malvinas Cause is a policy of the State of the Nation,” said Martín Perez, adding that “presidents pass, but what is always firm is the love and strength of the Argentine people to recover our full sovereignty in the South Atlantic.” ”.

Through the social network to Margaret Thatcher, the person responsible for the Malvinas War.”

“This is another attack against our memory and sovereignty,” said the Fuegian president, adding that “from the capital of our Islands we proudly remember our Eternal Combatants.”

For his part, the mayor of the northern provincial city, Martín Perez, indicated that “Cameron nor any foreign official has the right to set foot on our Malvinas Islands without the consent of our country,” taking into account that “this is established by the resolutions of the UN and our National Constitution.”

This response to Milei's interview with the BBC in London was also given on social network X and was quickly picked up by the media. “The Malvinas Cause is a policy of the State of the Nation,” said Martín Perez. Presidents pass, but what is always firm is the love and strength of the Argentine people to recover our full sovereignty in the South Atlantic.”

The communal chief of Río Grande concluded that “national officials have the responsibility of living up to their obligations. We demand rigor and seriousness regarding the Malvinas Cause.”

 

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