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CFK attacks UK militarisation of South Atlantic, nuclear subs

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner during the 68th United Nations Assambly in New York. (TÉLAM)
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner used today's speech in front of the UN General Assembly to once more criticise British military movements in the South Atlantic, condemning the use of nuclear submarines around the disputed Malvinas Islands.

Speaking on the use of nuclear energy, the head of state diverted the issue to make the point that, unlike the United Kingdom, her government did not take a stance of "hypocrisy" or "double standards".

"We do not go around condemning the use of nuclear energy with military ends, and at the same time send out nuclear submarines," Kirchner fired during today's speech.

"This happens to us Argentines, where the United Kingdom have militarised the South Atlantic and sends nuclear submarines."
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