The British Government continues its provocations: It will send a destroyer to the Falklands
April 2, 2012
The British Government continues with the provocations: It announced it would send a destroyer to the South Atlantic.
30 years after the war in the Falkland Islands and South Atlantic Islands, the British Defense Ministry said that “as a provocation” that it “sends the Royal Navy destroyer HMS Dauntless’ sailing this week course to the South Atlantic for a six months. “
According to a ministry spokesman said that “The destroyer is home based in Portsmouth, southern England, will leave on Wednesday for a period of six months in the South Atlantic through Eastern and Southern Africa.”
British Prime Minister David Cameron reported Monday that “the act of aggression committed by Argentina 30 years ago, was designed to steal the freedom of the inhabitants of the Malvinas, the South Atlantic archipelago that was the scene of a blitzkrieg in 1982″ .