A British serviceman who died during the Falklands War is to be remembered 30 years on from the conflict.
Brian Easton, from Alyth, Perth and Kinross, was a cook on board HMS Glamorgan when it was hit by an Argentinian missile on June 12, 1982.
He died along with 13 other crew members.
Murdo Fraser, Scottish Conservative MSP for Mid-Scotland and Fife, will lay a wreath in Mr Easton's memory at the HMS Glamorgan Memorial in the Falklands.
Mr Fraser will be in the country next week to represent the Scottish branch of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, as a guest of the Falkland Islands government.
He will attend a number of events to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Falklands War.
Mr Fraser said: "I remember the Falklands conflict from when I was still at school.
"The names of battles such as San Carlos, Goose Green and Two Sisters are still very vivid, and it will be a real privilege to be able to visit these battle sites in the Falkland Islands, and remember those who lost their lives.
"It will be a particular honour to be able to commemorate Brian Easton from Alyth, who lost his life on board HMS Glamorgan.
"I have been in contact with Brian's sisters, Gladys Easton, who lives in Birkhill, and Shirley Chapman, who lives in France, who were both keen for me to lay a wreath at the Glamorgan Memorial in his honour.
"Both Gladys and Shirley visited the Falklands last year themselves for the unveiling of the memorial.
"Also lost on the Glamorgan was Brian Malcolm from Fife, and I will be honouring his memory at the same time.
"The Falkland islanders have always been very grateful to the British servicemen who lost their lives, and others who suffered injuries, defending their freedoms.
"I look forward to having the opportunity to pay my own respects in the South Atlantic."
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