She sure picked a fine day to do it. Argentina's president has taken her country's claim to the Falkland Islands to the United Nations, challenging Britain in a highly emotional speech to "act more intelligently" and sit down to talk about the future of the tiny archipelago. President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner chose to appear at the annual meeting of the little-known UN Decolonisation Committee on the 30th anniversary of Britain's ousting of an Argentinian invasion force from the Falklands, using the occasion to reiterate Argentina's opposition to any more wars and to criticise the prime minister's decision to mark the day by flying the Falklands flag over his official 10 Downing Street residence. Argentina presses Falklands claim - World News - MSN News UK Rather strong words from her, yet says she wants to "talk". "While accusing Britain of abusing its power as a permanent member of the UN Security Council, lying about the islands' history and acting as "a bully", Ms Kirchner also said she came to the UN "without any rancour".