Other phrases were some of the most listened to as well What will be the outcome this Sunday? As a synthesis of the uncertainty generated by the electoral process and how the government will respond to the outcome.
Where there was not much doubt is that Argentina is once again facing a difficult economic situation. In this sense, the words of the Chargé d’Affairs of the US Embassy in Buenos Aires are appreciated, Mary Kay Carlson When he indicated that: The United States and Argentina are working together as strong partners to combat the global pandemic. Remember later that his country has donated 3.5 million Moderna vaccines along with more than $4 million in COVID relief supplies directly to Argentina, including three field hospitals, search and rescue teams and other supplies to help fight the COVID-19 outbreak. It also indicated that Argentina had purchased a total of 40 million vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer.
In his pre-dinner speech, Carlson predicted it would be 2022 “The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will assign permanent staff to Argentina to foster a long-term partnership.”
Through these centers, the US government seeks to support joint action to prevent it Antimicrobial resistance in district hospitals.
He also commented that scientists from the northern country are analyzing “the efficacy of vaccines against COVID-19, because understanding how vaccines work as the virus evolves is key to saving lives.”
From an economic point of view, the charge d’affaires did not hesitate to state this The United States has a “strong trade and investment relationship with Argentina that we are expanding.”
Although bilateral bilateral trade in 2020 was more than $10 billion, “the United States continues to seek to expand that trade relationship, particularly in the areas of agricultural products, as well as energy-related products, services and technologies,” the official said, “information and communications technology and medical care.” .
At a time when many young Argentines are emigrating, this was a fact that attracted attention and Carlson pointed out that it was “Argentina is one of the top 25 destinations for American students studying abroad.”
While the president Alberto Fernandez The commercial attaché stated that a bilateral meeting in her last tour in Europe Argentina continues to interact with the United States “at the highest level”. He then included the meeting that President Biden held last week during the G-20 summit in Rome and in Glasgow. Visit of the National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan In August, he was the first director of the National Security Council for the Western Hemisphere Juan Gonzalez In April, among other officials.
He summarized that these visits appear “The United States’ interest in working with Argentina and other democracies in the region on shared priorities, including improving global health and economic prosperity, combating climate change, protecting human and labor rights, and strengthening democratic institutions and regional democracies.”
“There is bipartisan support in the United States for a bilateral relationship between the United States and Argentina based on these shared values,” Carlson noted.