In Stanley, islanders attended a service of commemoration in falling snow.
The Falkland Islands flag was flown over 10 Downing Street – the home of Britain’s Prime Minister – as a tribute to those who died in the conflict, “and a show of solidarity with the islanders” on 14 June 2012, reported The Sun newspaper.
The Ministry of Defence flew the flags of the three armed services that drove out the Argentinian occupation.
I hope amid the celebrations there will be time to remember all those who died or were injured in the conflict – on BOTH sides.
– John Turner, St Helena
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