Argentinians to celebrate unsuccessful invasion of Falklands at party in London





The event is to be held at the Argentine president's ambassador's official residence tomorrow evening - the anniversary of the date the war began.

Dr Cristina Kirchner, the president of Argentina, is also expected to make yet another demand for Britain to give up the island, according to The Sun.

It is officially described as a ceremony "to honour the veterans and fallen of the South Atlantic conflict", the newspaper reported.

President Kirchner, 56, will also make a speech during the event at the official residence in Belgrave Square, London, that will be broadcast across Argentina.

The 74-day Falklands War began on April 2, 1982, after Argentina invaded. 700 Argentinian and 255 British soldiers died.




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