Tony Blair supported Thatcher’s decision on Falklands counter attack
marzo 23 (ANCLA) - (Buenos Aires) Prime minister Tony Blair said that I had made the same thing that Margaret Thatcher on the conflict of the Falklands (Islas Malvinas) and it had ordered a military attack to recover them". Before few days of 25 anniversary of the beginning of the war between Argentina and Great Britain for the islands of the South Atlantic ocean, Blair considered that it was in game a principle, that is to say that a country in that way should not be annexed and it should not be placed people under a domain different from that form and that the military answer was the correct thing". The war began April 2 1982 and it lasted 74 days, with more than 900 deads, 655 of them Argentinean soldiers, 255 Britons, until the rendition of Argentina June 4 1982. Great Britain occupies the islands from 1883.