Wendy Sherman, US Deputy Secretary of State, will travel to Argentina

She will be the US official in New Orleans and Santo Domingo before arriving in Buenos Aires, where she will meet with Santiago Cafiero and Sergio Massa.

Wendy Sherman, Deputy Secretary United State will visit Buenos Aires for “Emphasis on strong relationships with key partnersAccording to information received from the Embassy of the North American country. Before arriving in Argentina, the official will begin her tour on Monday, April 10th New OrleansLouisiana and then pass Santo Domingothe capital of the Dominican Republic He finished his trip on April 14 in the capital, Buenos Aires.

After Alberto Fernandez’s meeting with Joe Biden on March 29, Diplomatic relations between the United States and Argentina continue to advance. They also indicated from the embassy that one of the goals of Sherman’s trip was.Promote common interests In advancing democracy, prosperity, and security in the Western Hemisphere.”

In Buenos Aires, the Deputy Secretary will be present at the celebration The 40th anniversary of the return of democracy to Argentina and 200 years of diplomatic relations with the United States. will meet the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Santiago CaveroMinister of Economy , Sergio MassaMinister of Energy, Ruyon and Minister of Mining Avila To discuss a shared vision of economic prosperity in the Americas and strong bilateral partnership.

next to, He will hold meetings with AMIA members (Argentine-Israeli Mutual Association), you will visit historical memorial sites, meet with union leaders and representatives of the private sector. To also end your stay in Argentina He will give a speech on democracy in the Western Hemisphere at the University of Buenos Aires.

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