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The president of Chile, Gabriel Boric, arrived in Argentina this Sunday, where he will meet with his Argentine counterpart Alberto Fernández, this being his first official trip.

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In this sense, the head of state was accompanied by Chilean officials, legislators, magistrates and businessmen, who were received by Argentine Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero, at the Ministro Pistarini International Airport, in Ezeiza, in the city of Buenos Aires.

“We are indisputably twinned peoples; Together we are going to face the challenges of the present and the future, for a greater and fairer Latin America”, stressed the Argentine Foreign Ministry.

LIVE | Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero receives the President of Chile, Gabriel Boric, on his first State visit to Argentina.

– Pink House (@CasaRosada)
April 3, 2022

President Boric’s agenda will begin on April 4, when he will lay a floral offering at the monument to the Liberator General José de San Martín, located in front of the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship.

Then, the Chilean delegation will go to the Casa Rosada to meet with President Fernández; A meeting will be held between the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Defense of Argentina and Chile, Santiago Cafiero, Jorge Taiana, Antonia Urrejola Noguera and Maya Fernández Allende, respectively.

It is an honor to receive in Argentina the president of Chile, @gabrielboricon his first state visit.

We are indisputably twinned peoples. Together we will face the challenges of the present and the future. For a greater and fairer Latin America. pic.twitter.com/tkMnwWmvjC

– Santiago Cafiero (@SantiagoCafiero)
April 3, 2022

“I am convinced that we have to strengthen relations with our brother country, and strengthen them in commercial, political and cultural terms; That is why I am going now with a broad and diverse delegation,” said the Chilean president.



Disclaimer: Via Telesur – Translated by RJ983

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