Fernandez described the new president’s arrival as “a hope for the Chilean people and an expectation for all of Latin America” and emphasized that both shared a “common view” of regional challenges, something that “augurs an auspicious future for Latin America.” The relationship between Argentina and Chile.
After a lunch attended by heads of state from different parts of the world, the Argentine said that he went to speak with him across the Andes and gave him a special invitation: “I invited him to make his first official trip to Argentina on the 5th of April”.
“We agree to reactivate the high-level bilateral integration mechanisms that the pandemic has halted,” Continuous.
In addition, he reported that at the meeting he proposed to “provide gas for his country” and the two promised to “deepen cooperation in the field of human rights, gender equality, youth, minorities, and concern for the environment.”
Previously, in contact with the press after the official opening of Borek in the hall of honor of the Congress, in the city of Valparaíso, the president considered him a “Chilean thinking of Latin America” and stated that “Chileans must be very happy, because they have experienced moments of great social turmoil, and respectfully settled the discussion institutions, this is an advantage for all Chileans.” I confirm it
“We have huge expectations, having a president in Latin America who is 35 years old is a huge expectation,” Fernandez said, emphasizing that he is “a president who puts on the table what others might not.”
“Borek Chile thinks of Latin America and that makes us happy,” he said while praising former president Sebastian Pinera, noting that “whenever we have to talk and look for points of agreement, he makes an effort.”
Alberto Fernandez traveled from Buenos Aires and will be accompanied by a delegation made up of the Governor of San Juan, Sergio Onac; the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, Santiago Cafiero, and Security, Aníbal Fernandez; Minister for Women, Gender and Diversity Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta, Minister of Health Carla Vizzotti and presidential spokesperson, Gabriella Cerruti.
The General Secretary of the Presidency of the Republic, Julio Vitubello, and the Secretary General for Strategic Affairs, Gustavo Pelez, also traveled; National Representatives Anna Carolina Gillard, Maria Liliana Baboni, Victoria Tolosa Paz and Leonardo Grosso; President of the National Institute against Discrimination, Xenophobia and Racism (Inadi), Victoria Dunda; Presidential advisor Dora Barrancos and grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo Estela de Carlotto and Buscarita Roa (a Chilean).
Musicians were also invited. Victor Heredia And the Peter AznarAnd the So is writer and feminist activist Rita Segato.