President Alberto Fernández has a new date to travel to the United States and meet in Washington with the local president, Joe Biden. It will be on July 26 and not the 25 as planned, as explained by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, Santiago Cafiero.
The official assured that the desire they have from the Government is “to develop a positive agenda with the United States” and highlighted the “opportunities” that our country has “because of its natural resources” and “the great technical capacity of its technological scientific apparatus” .
Cafiero highlighted the intention of the Latin American countries to find a “respectful” relationship with the North American country and be paid in the same way.
The meeting between Fernández and Biden will have as its main objective for the national delegation to achieve an increase in Argentine exports to the United States.
On the other hand, they will maintain a joint agenda on the following topics: renewable energies, the defense of the Human Rights of the Latin American and Caribbean peoples and the fight against climate change.