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Argentina and Great Britain have a difficult relationship

Relations between Argentina and Great Britain have been marked by diplomatic tensions derived from an old and unresolved sovereignty dispute over the Malvinas Islands, as Argentina calls them, or Falklands, as England knows that archipelago in the south of the American continent.

Probably because of this, the reaction of Alberto Fernández's government to the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday was merely diplomatic:

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