“We are facing a historic opportunity to accelerate energy development, thereby strengthening our economy and contributing to global energy sustainability and security,” Guzman said.
In this way, the Argentine minister responded to a message from Turki on the same social network.
The Department of Energy said it was “excited about our continued collaboration with Argentina. Under Secretary David Turk had a wonderful meeting with the Argentine Minister on expanding bilateral cooperation to advance sustainable energy transition in the Western Hemisphere.”
Guzmán and Turkey met in Washington over the weekend to advance a common agenda on energy issues that will ensure the sustainability of supplies in order to ensure the country’s growth.
On Friday, the minister held a meeting with the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Kristalina Georgieva. “The goals will not change, but we will prioritize spending on social protection,” He had stated at the end of the meeting.
“We’ve exceeded our first-quarter fiscal targets, and we’ve been able to accumulate reserves,” Guzman told reporters in Washington at the end of the nearly 45-minute meeting.
The meeting began this afternoon in Washington, within the framework of the Spring Assembly of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank held in the American capital.
Meanwhile, on Saturday,The official concluded the agenda of his activities with a meeting with the Deputy Director General of the International Monetary Fund, Gita Gopinathwhich he described as “enriching”.
Enriches confrontation with Tweet embed. In the difficult times the world is facing, it is especially useful to combine knowledge and political action to build strategic solutions to the challenges we face,” the official wrote on the social network Twitter, at the end of the meeting.