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Tierra del Fuego will go to the Court of The Hague for the port that the British are planning in the Malvinas

“We are going to formalize an injunction before the International Court,” anticipated the secretary of the Malvinas, Andrés Dachary, in relation to the British plan to build a port with the Harland & Wolff shipyard.

15 de March de 2024 11:59

This is “an intimation that translates into an administrative appeal from the Ministry of the Environment and the Ministry of Production and Environment of the Provincial Government,” Dachary reported.

Mr. Andrés Dachary, secretary of the Malvinas, Antarctica and South Atlantic Islands and International Affairs of the Fuegian Government, announced that the Province is preparing an injunction against the United Kingdom for the construction of a multipurpose port in the Malvinas.

“We have experienced endless developments regarding the Malvinas Islands, the arrival of Chancellor (David) Cameron to Puerto Argentino, these intentions to expand what is the usurpation, especially in the Georgias and South Sandwich area in what has been the navigation of ships with the illegitimate flag of the Islands through the Strait of Magellan, including the construction of a port that in the coming days will be formalized by an intimation by the Government of the Province”; the official explained.

And elaborating on what the action will be, he said that it is “an intimation that translates into an administrative resource from the Secretariat of the Environment and the Ministry of Production and Environment of the Government of the province”, which will be sent directly to the Shipyard. Harland & Wolff “through what is the Hague Convention.

By Agenda Malvinas

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