Argentina's president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner criticizes western leaders for their double standards policies on Crimea

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner pointed out that the the UN Charter enshrines the right of all people to determine their own future.

Kirchner compared the Crimean situation to the referendum held in Falkland Islands a year ago.

The disputed Falkland Islands are claimed by both Argentina and Great Britain.

In an armed conflict with Argentina in 1982 Britain reclaimed the Islands and their remained part of Great Britain.

Last year, there was a referendum in the Falkland Islands and the overwhelming majority of people voted to remain part of Great Britain. Interestingly, then, the UN didn't challenge the legality of the vote said the Argentine president.

(Oroszország Hangja –


Anonymous said...

A feisty, pretty woman (in spite of her age) with a brain.
A great combination. Argentina can and should be proud of her.
The ugly, corrupt, fat Stasi hag, Merkel, is a year younger, but looks Cristina's mother when they're photographed together. (I hope - and likely - Merkel was in acute envy, jealousy and pain...)

0jr said...

They are both zionist and /or jews.Those neanderthal lips and nose are jew traits.

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