Together with the US ambassador, the chief of staff appeared for the first time with the Ukrainian flag

Chief of Staff Juan Manzor, Transformation This Wednesday the first member of the national government who publicly stood with the huge Ukrainian flag.

I did that too At the residence of the ambassador of the United StatesIn Argentina, Mark Stanley, along with dozens of heads of diplomatic missions in Argentina, including the Chargé d’Affairs of Ukraine, Sergei Nebrat.

Just as 141 countries in the world supported Ukraine at the United Nations, Today we join again in affirming our commitment to the sovereignty of Ukraine “And demands Russia to immediately cease its unprovoked attack,” Stanley wrote on the embassy’s Twitter account, referring to everyone who joined this “campaign of solidarity” with Ukraine and its people after the invasion of Vladimir Putin’s forces.

Besides Mansour, Stanley and Nabrat were among others: the German Ulrich Santi; British Kirsty Hayes; European Amador Sanchez Rico; Mexican Lilia Rosbach; Colombian Carmelo Bava and Ecuadorean Xavier Monges, among others.

Official Argentine sources reported that Mansour was at the British residence and in the front row with Stanley, holding the Ukrainian flag nebula as a representative of the Argentine government.

His presence is not without strong political content as he is one of the officials most closely associated with the United States and Israel. The western wing of the government, unlike the ultra-Christian wing, which has an anti-American, pro-Chinese and pro-Russian view, and who has never before been heard condemning Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Nor did the President, Vice President Christina Kirchner.

Meanwhile, the government had difficulty changing its initial position on the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. President Alberto Fernandez was left in the uncomfortable position of his trip to Russia at the start of the conflict. It was February 3 and before Vladimir Putin spoke of his desire to break the dependence on the United States and the International Monetary Fund.

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In those days, Ambassador Stanley had a strong sign of being in a foreign country. With Alberto on a trip, he visited the Ukrainian community in Argentina with the diplomat Nebrat. Weeks later he organized a photo with the EU ambassadors in Argentina. And again they raised the flag of the country that was invaded.

In its first statements, the State Department spoke of a call for peace. But when Putin gave the order to attack Ukrainian territory, Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero and later Alberto Fernandez spoke of the Russian invasion and called on him to stop his attacks on Ukraine. At the same time, the government condemned the invasion at the United Nations Human Rights Council.

The opposition meanwhile, vHe has called for action against Russia and/or for Ukraine in many different ways.

The last project was presented by Mario Negri. The head of the extremists in the House of Representatives requested that President Volodymyr Zelensky be invited to speak before the Argentine Congress, as have many parliaments, including the United States and the United Kingdom. Negri noted that a community of over 400,000 Ukrainian descendants live here and that the Argentine government has made no statement since Alberto F. Congress sessions.

On March 1, the “Together for Change” deputies put some Ukrainian flags on their seats.

Nigeria called on the Ukrainian people to observe a minute of silence. Kristina Kirchner grabbed the floor from Negri, and pressured the president to do it himself. Then there was silence for a few seconds.

Of the Civic Coalition, Maximiliano Ferraro and Juan Manuel Lopez called for the severance of defense agreements with the Russian Federation. And from the PRO, the Minister of International Relations, Fulvio Pompeo, requested that the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States be asked to boycott a cooperation agreement with Moscow.

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