Interviews from Quito – Malvinas Islands are not Falklands

The Malvinas Islands have been occupied by the U.K. since 1833, when British warships seized the archipelago. Argentina has long rejected Britain’s claim to the islands.
Argentine Secretary for Malvinas Affairs, Daniel Filmus, explains why the islands are Argentinian and Latin American territory, and what his government is doing about it.

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