Thursday, 3 April 2014

US refuses to acknowledge legality of UK Referendum on Falkland Islands

A report of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Commons says that "We are disappointed that the US administration fails to give priority to the principle of self-determination in its position on sovereignty of the Falkland Islands".

On the 32nd anniversary of the Argentinian invasion supported by the United States of America that gave the green-light to the Head of the Military Junta of Argentina General Leopoldo Fortunato Galtieri to invade with the proviso that US companies would get oil contracts as soon as Argentina could secure control on the Falkland Islands, the Administration of Kenyan American President Barak Obama supports Argentina's claim.

The Foreign Affairs Committee in a 67-page report says that US plays both ways - yet more proof of US's hypocritical and biased attitude against Britain.

Well, the UK government has little to complain about when they refuse to accept the will of the people of Crimea that massively supported the move for independence and for re-joining Russia.

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