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Snowden revealed network of British spies in Argentina now declassified secret of the Malvinas War

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Argentina
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By Pablo Pla
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President Cristina Fernandez ordered the declassification of all secret information on the development of the Malvinas War, while questioned the decision of the UK to increase the militarization of the islands.

At the 33rd anniversary of the Malvinas War a number of suspected spy network in the UK which aimed to investigate whether Argentina had intended to return by force to the Falklands were confirmed. Secret documents of Edward Snowden, the "mole" repented of the CIA, confirmed it. At the same time, during the commemoration of the war, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner ordered the declassification of all secret information on the development of the Malvinas War, by signing a decree. In addition she announced the creation of the Oral Archive Memoirs of the Falklands, with "evidence" of what happened in 1982. The decree by which the information of armed conflict, signed by the president, will disqualify states: "Relief of the security classification to all documentation nonpublic linked to the development of the war in the South Atlantic. "

For her part Ambassador Alicia Castro said the Malvinas War "is the only excuse" that has the UK not "return sovereignty to Argentina". At the 33rd anniversary of the start of the war in the islands, published an opinion piece in the British newspaper The Independent. "In the edition of British newspaper The Independent, the ambassador insisted that" Argentina is not a military threat to the Malvinas. And she asked: "Why then the UK is increasing tension?"

traslation: Belén Zapata