Growing tension between Argentina and the United Kingdom over the Falkland Islands

The United Kingdom denied that it had violated the Treaty of Tlatelolco and said that all the weapons returned to British soil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Argentine Foreign Ministry confirmed on Wednesday that the Government of Alberto Fernandez will reiterate its claim to the United Kingdom, in case the integrity of declassified files on the sending of ships with 31 nuclear weapons to the Malvinas Islands during the 1982 war conflict is confirmed.

Argentina's position is part of the country's policy against the proliferation of atomic weapons. It also anticipated that it would raise a worrying situation before international organizations.

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