May 21, 2013
Randazzo deems Cameron's statements as 'absolutely offensive'
A few minutes after Prime Minister David Cameron’s controversial statements on Argentina over the Malvinas sovereignty claim, the National Government rejected his “colonialism” accusations and called tem “absolutely offensive.”
While speaking before the British Security Council in the House of Commons, Cameron accused Argentina of “colonialism” over the country’s continuing insistence on discussing the Malvinas Islands sovereignty.
Interior Minister Florencio Randazzo said he considered his statements to be “absolutely offensive.”
“This is absolutely offensive, particularly coming from Great Britain. History clearly shows what their attitude towards the world was,” he said in a press conference.