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Spirit of the Falklands: France’s duplicity to roam Eastern Mediterranean

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Greece, Turkey, France and the Eastern Mediterranean conflict ! Remember, on May 4, 1982, Argentina’s two Super Etendard fighter jets fired Exocet missiles on British warships heading to the Falkland Islands. One of the missiles missed its target, but the other hit the HMS Sheffield – one of Britain’s most important destroyers. The missile struck the center of the ship, succeeding in sinking the vessel. Today, France is summoning the same spirit in distant geography – though not as far as the Falkland Islands – in the Eastern Mediterranean, of which it does not border. French President Emmanuel Macron’s policy…

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