Stories for November 2000
The Commander credited with leading British soldiers to victory in the Falklands land battle, Major General Julian Thompson, has joined in the growing condemnation of the proposed European force, along with Britain's principal United States ally in the 1982 Conflict, former Defence Secretary Caspar Weinberger.
On Thursday 23 November a group of Royal Navy ships returns from the Navy's longest deployment for several years. The Royal Navy's Task Group 2000 sailed from UK waters on 7 May and 207 days later they are back, having circumnavigated the globe.
The Falkland Islands Government issued seven offshore Production Licences to five consortia in October 1996.
Prominent personalities involved in the 1982 Falklands Conflict have condemned British participation in a 60,000-strong European Rapid Reaction Force to which Britain has pledged a significant part of its three services.
Argentine president Fernando De la Rúa promised to consider solutions for several problems faced by the Malvinas veterans during a meeting which took place in Government House
A new Strategic Fisheries Plan was presented by Argentine Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Food, Antonio Berhongaray and Fisheries Department Director Horacio Rieznik, during the recent meeting of the Federal Fisheries Council that met for two days in Puerto Madryn and Rawson, Patagonia.
Peru's Congress named today a moderate opposition leader and constitutional expert as interim president after it declared Alberto Fujimori morally unfit to be president and removed him from office in disgrace and amid serious allegations of corruption.