The relatives of heroes identified in the Darwin cemetery returned from the Malvinas

They traveled on Saturday the 9th from Río Gallegos to the Islands.

17 de September de 2023 19:21

For the first time they visited the tombs, with names and surnames; where their loved ones are buried.

Yesterday, the group of relatives of the six gendarmes who fell in the South Atlantic Conflict returned to the Argentine mainland, who traveled last week to the Malvinas Islands to honor their relatives who fell in 1982, whose remains were identified within the framework of the Second Humanitarian Project Plan (PPH2), agreed with the United Kingdom and the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Throughout a week full of feelings and emotions, family members were able, for the first time, to visit the graves - with first and last name - where their loved ones are buried in the Darwin Cemetery.

By Agenda Malvinas


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