The Falklands belong to Argentina even a three-year-old knows that: Argentina president Cristina Kirchner provokes Britain with latest tweet

‘The Falklands belong to Argentina – even a three-year-old knows that’: Argentina president Cristina Kirchner provokes Britain with latest tweetShe claimed that a child would find British ownership 'unsustainable'Kirchner also suggested that 'the world' wanted dialogue between countries99.8% of islanders recently voted that they wished to remain British territoryBut Kirchner has refused to accept vote that was discussed by UN this weekArgentine officials demanded talks with UK on sovereignty of islands By Mario Ledwith PUBLISHED: 19:18 GMT, 28 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:54 GMT, 28 March 2013 Cristina Kirchner attempted to inflame relations with the UK once again by claiming that a three-year-old child would find Britain's ownership of the islands 'unsustainable' Argentine president Cristina Kirchner has attempted to inflame relations with the UK once again by claiming that a three-year-old child would find Britain's ownership of the Falklands 'unsustainable'. The 60-year-old took to Twitter to launch her latest attack in a bid to reclaim the South Atlantic islands

Argentina"s coastguard "is stoking Falklands tension"

Britain accuses Argentina of 'strangling' Falklands economy by harassing cruise ships near the islands | UPDATED: 03:03 GMT, 9 December 2012 Britain has accused the Argentine government of being responsible for escalating tensions in the Falklands. Four cruise lines recently cancelled scheduled visits to the islands following intimidation from Left-wing groups and unions