Former President Mauricio Macri posted a letter on Facebook vowing to be “ashamed” of the invitation to the presidents of Cuba and Venezuela.
Courtesy | “Venezuela is part of Celac and more than what Maduro called for,” Fernandez said in an interview.
Amid complaints and rejections against the visit of President Nicolás Maduro in Argentina, Alberto Fernández supported the visit of Venezuela and justified his presence: “Maduro is more than invited.”
The Argentine president gave an interview to Brazilian newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo about the visit of Brazilian President Lula da Silva, who will hold a bilateral meeting with Fernández and then participate in the VII Summit of Heads of State. and the Government of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).
Asked about the controversy unleashed in the opposition by Maduro’s possible presence in Argentina – the government expects him to arrive this Monday -, Fernandez justified his presence.
“Venezuela is part of Celac and Maduro is more than invited. As far as I know, it will happen,” he said in an interview at the Olivos residence.
The Head of State affirmed that Argentina’s position regarding Venezuela is to promote dialogue in Mexico through the Contact Group.
“We hope they will give good results. The Venezuelan people decide among the Venezuelan people, not with us,” the president said.
Former President Mauricio Macri posted a letter on Facebook in which he vowed to be “ashamed” of the government’s invitation to Presidents Nicolás Maduro (Venezuela) and Miguel Díaz-Canel (Cuba).
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