According to a British newspaper, Britain does not intend to review the status of the Falkland Islands, despite statements by Argentina’s newly elected President Javier Miley about plans to return the archipelago. To express.
According to the official representative of the British Prime Minister, quoted by the publication, the status of the Falkland Islands has been determined for a long time and will not change.
The authors of the article note that Miley had previously laid claim to the islands and promised to seek the return of the Falkland Islands through diplomatic means.
There is a long-running dispute between British and Argentine officials over the right to own the Falkland Islands. In 1982, a military conflict broke out between the countries that lasted several weeks and ended in Argentina’s defeat.
In 2013, a referendum was held on the islands, in which local residents spoke in favor of preserving the status of a British overseas territory.
Former Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev statedArgentina is rightfully fighting to regain sovereignty over the Falkland Islands.
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