Argentina rejects British military presence in South Atlantic

The head of Argentine diplomacy referred to the issue of the Malvinas Islands and rejected the military presence of the United Kingdom in the South Atlantic, including the stationing of submarines capable of carrying nuclear weapons in this nuclear-free zone.

Argentina rejected yesterday, Monday, at the 10th Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) at the United Nations headquarters in New York, the military presence of the United Kingdom in the Malvinas Islands (Falklands), a group of islands in the South Atlantic whose sovereignty is claimed by the South American country and politically controlled by London.

Addressing representatives and experts from 191 countries and regions that make up the NPT, Argentine Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero said that "the world is marked by growing tensions and conflicts that have escalated to levels that could have . . .

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