This Monday, President Alberto Fernández said that his colleague Luiz Inácio “Lula” Da SIlva is “almost the Brazilian Perón”, and assured that the future of both countries “will be one of deep brotherhood”.

After a meeting between both officials, the president advocated for “institutionalizing” the link between Argentina and Brazilafter meeting with the new president of that country, He pointed out that both nations are “inextricably linked” and that “no political moment can disturb that” and opted to relaunch, in the same sense, the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac).

In addition, in his social networks he classified the meeting as extraordinary.

Lula is a man of enormous experience, elected president for the third time; Lula is almost the (former Argentinian president Juan Domingo) Brazilian PerónPerón was the only one voted president three times” in the region, Fernández said in an interview with C5N after the meeting.

He added that the new head of state of Brazil has “enormous political stature, he understands very well the problems of the present and the care that must be taken in the future.”

For his part, Lula Da Silva published on his social networks: “I received my friend, who congratulated me on possession and I was able to congratulate him on Argentina’s victory in the World Cup.”

“We resume dialogue and friendship with our biggest neighbor, one of Brazil’s main partners in the world,” said the new president.

In a press conference after the bilateral meeting, the Argentine president advocated “institutionalizing” the link between Argentina and Brazil because, he said, both nations are “inextricably linked and no political moment can disturb that.”