miércoles, 2 de enero de 2013

A letter from the President of Argentina Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner to Mr. Cameron

President Cristina Kirchner has sent a public letter to British Prime Minister, in which she calls for "an end to colonialism." The letter, which was sent with a copy to UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, claiming that the UK complies with UN resolution 1960, in which it urged Member States to "settle colonialism in all its forms and manifestations. "

According to reports from the President, "the Argentine Islands were expelled by the Royal Navy and the United Kingdom then began a process of implementation of population similar to that applied in other territories under colonial control."

In the letter, with a copy sent to the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, Cristina Fernandez argues that thereafter the British colonial power has been opposed to "return the territories to Argentina, thus preventing the recovery of the integrity territorial ".

The letter also remember that in 1965 the General Assembly unanimously approved a resolution to the Falklands considered as a case of colonialism and "called on the two countries to negotiate a solution to the sovereignty dispute".

Cristina also emphasizes in his letter that "Malvinas" is a cause for Latin America and accompanied by "a vast majority of people and governments around the world who reject colonialism".

"On behalf of the Argentine people, reiterate our invitation to abide by United Nations resolutions," the President concluded his message, which will be published tomorrow in "The Guardian" and other British newspapers

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