May 26, 2013
CFK repudiates attacks to British embassy in Buenos Aires
In a rally set in the City of Bariloche, Río Negro province, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner repudiated the attacks of extreme left-wing organization Quebracho to the British embassy in Buenos Aires occurred last Monday, date of the 30th anniversary of the Malvinas War.
“The British embassy was attacked by a group that clearly does not represent the politics as they use violent methods that have nothing to do with a democratic society like ours. Hereby, I’d like to repudiate the attacks to the British Embassy.”
Likewise, the Head of the State emphasized that “There is no need to burn flags of other countries to set a complaint”, and added, “The acts conducted by these kind of groups are only in benefit of interests that have nothing to do with the ones of Argentina.”
To end, Fernández de Kirchner remarked that “It really catches my attention the existence of these violent groups which are not compatible with the idea of democracy. Plus, they seem to be controlled like puppets by some strange and dark forces.”