Documents reveal Brazil spied on Argentina during the Falkland Islands war

The information, part of the General Staff of the Armed Forces in the National Archive of Brazil, shows that in 1982 the military government of Brazil installed in its neighboring country a network to search for information on the conflict with the United Kingdom.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In 1982, the Brazilian military government installed in Argentina, during the Falkland Islands (Malvina Islands) war, a network to search for information on the conflict that its neighboring country had with the United Kingdom, which celebrated its 40th anniversary on April 2, 1982.

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