Róbert Kertész, correspondent of MTI means:
Later Lord Carrington was British Defense and Foreign Minister, former NATO Secretary General. In the 100th year of his life, death was on Tuesday.
Peter Carington – who wrote Baron’s name in Carrington form – from 1970 to 1974, Edward Heath’s Conservative Party of Government, served as Minister of Foreign Affairs between 1979 and 1982, Margaret Thatcher’s government, from 1984 to 1988, Secretary General of NATO .
In person, he left the last politician who was a member of the second prime minister of Sir Winston Churchill, who was formed in 1951.
He was Britain’s Foreign Minister when Argentina unexpectedly unleashed the British Falkland Islands, South Atlantic, in 1982.
Lord Carrington assumed all responsibility for the Falkland crisis and resigned.
Many years later, in a lap interview, the Argentine invasion was the same intelligence fiasco as the 2003 war in Iraq. In 2007, the veteran politician declared the London-based Conservative Daily newspaper The Daily Telegraph on the 600th anniversary of the Falklandian War, revealing secret service reports that clearly stated that the then regime ruling the Argentine was not attacking the Falkland Islands .
Lord Carrington stated in the interview that he came to the conclusion that it would not be possible to build political decisions that were crucial in intelligence alone.
He added that British Prime Minister Tony Blair at the time also made this mistake with intelligence that he later found wrong with the launch of the Iraq war.