Boris Johnson suggested that the capital of Malvinas be recognized as a city of the United Kingdom

This time the competition will be held for the 70-year jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. The Malvinas capital is included in the event as it will be one of 39 cities that will seek the honorary title, a fact of little importance beyond representing the new support from the UK to the kelpers.

“Receiving this honor as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee would truly be an incredible honour. Not only will it not only add to the cake of our plans to celebrate His Majesty’s 70 years in power, but it will also send a signal to the islands’ economic, social and political development during that time and how we position ourselves from for the future.”, said Malvinas Government Executive Director, Andy Keeling.

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In the same text issued by the colonial authorities of the archipelago, the official confirms that “We are not just a nation of penguins and public servants, but a country with a role to play within the global community as a business destination, a paradise for international tourists and an environmental partner.”

Las poblaciones que Competirán por el título honorífico serán: Alcester, Ballymena, Bangor, Blackburn, Bolsover, Boston, Bournemouth, Coleraine, Colchester, Crawley, Crewe, Doncaster, Dorchester, Douglas, George, Dudley, Dumline, Dunferalm, Towne, Dunferalm Greenock, Guildford, Livingston, Marazion, Medway, Middlesbrough, Milton Keynes, Newport, Carisbrooke, Northampton, Oban, Reading, Peel, St Andrews, Stanley, South Ayrshire, Warrington, Warwick y Wrexham,

In parallel with this news, it was also known that the United Kingdom transferred nuclear weapons to the Malvinas archipelago during the South Atlantic conflict. The information came from the declassified archives of the UK website Declassified, which published material published in the National Archives.

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The document, titled “Atomic Secrecy,” asserts that the presence of nuclear weapons “caused panic among officials in London” when they realized the damage they might have caused.

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