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With the approval of Nicolas Maduro, Alberto Fernandez assumed the leadership of Cellac.

Nicolas Maduro in an interview with Telesur. Photo: Presidential Press

Strengthen its “regional leadership” and present itself as an effective “mediator” between Washington and the populist political regimes. To us The main enemy. These are the main objectives that Argentine President Alberto Fernandez will achieve tomorrow, if there are no unforeseen events, when a full session of foreign ministers of the Latin American and Caribbean (Selak) community elect him as head of that organization. Throughout 2022.

Principals and Ambassadors of 33 Member States began arriving at the San Martin Palace today. The summit takes place on Friday morning at that location. Nicaragua Foreign Minister Denis Moncada is one of President Daniel Ortega’s longtime and loyal collaborators. This is the last of the presidents to approve the presidency of Selakin Argentina in the hands of Mexico today.


Venezuela was formed a decade ago under the influence of Hugo Chavez, and Seleuc has for years supported Nicaragua, Venezuela and Cuba in criticizing the United States. Like Canada, the United States is not a part of Cellac.

Official activities begin tonight with official food at the Kirschner Cultural Center. It will be a way of paying tribute to the participating delegates, but the debate at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will begin at 9 a.m. tomorrow, and after 1 p.m., Foreign Minister Santiago Kafiro and Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebard from Mexico are expected to announce the exchange. Interim President of Argentina. Another star of the summit, Ephraim, traveled through Chile on Thursday to meet with President-elect Gabriel Bori.

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