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Montevideo, November 28th 2022 - 09:11 UTC
The Falkland Islands Planning and Building Committee has granted permission to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to undertake clearance of land mines (a technical assessment) at various sites around the Falklands. Read full article
Still taking to long,
Argentina should still be billed,
But that's politics for you.
just my humble opinion.
Shame on Argentina - not a word of apology!
And the Malvinistas continue with their disgraceful false claims.
UK will not bill Argentine for laying mines in Br soil- simply because then lots of countries in N Africa- and Far East could send bills to Britain for the clearance costs of all those mines laid in WW2 on their soil!
Good point, lslander1.
Never thought of it like that!
Not to mention Germans, Americans, French, Russians, Japanese, Chinese, Italians, Spaniards, South Africans, Greeks, Bulgarians, Hungarians, Poles, Australians, New Zealanders, Canadians, Romanians, Dutch all of whom laid mines in other peoples countries during World War II and no doubt there were others.
So you are saying that the laying of thousands of mines by the Argentine forces during the Falklands War was a criminal act.
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