On the 180th anniversary of the Malvinas occupancy, The Guardian said CFK’s letter was “sharp“ and quoted several arguments that urge the dialogue between the parties to be resumed and walk towards the end of colonialism
The Independent, in turn, also considered the Argentine president’s words sort of “biting”.
Conservative The Daily Telegraph explained that the Arg president requested Cameron to honor the UN resolution of 1965 and start negotiations over the islands' sovereignty return to original owners.
Yellow press journal, The Sun, criticized Argentina of having launched a new attack against the UK by saying that “Argentina was stripped off the Islands by force” in 1833
A free issuing paper, the Metro, highlighted that Kirchner & Cameron “had already faced each other on the Malvinas Question during the G20 summit in Mexico in June2011.
Private media like Sky News, ITV & Channel 4 also gave the letter an important space recalling the actions taken 180 years ago.
The letter Published on Fernandez de Kirchner's twitter and facebook accounts hold that the Malvinas Question is at present, a Latin American question supported by those who repudiate colonialism.
When closing the note, a copy of which was sent to UN Secretary Gral, Ban Ki-Moon, CFK told Cameron that “on behalf of the Argentine people, she reiterated the invitation to have UN resolutions abided by, by resuming dialogue on the question.