The company Argentine Energy responded to the latest accusations that former Minister Matías Kulfas made in his letter of resignation regarding alleged irregularities in the award of the Néstor Kirchner gas pipeline. It should be noted that a few days ago the company denounced the “media operation” against Vice President Cristina Kirchner by the Ministry of Productive Development.

In the document, published on its social networks, the company quotes several passages from Kulfas’ letter and responds to them, in order to “clarify misconceptions.” Right there, he defines the management of the former minister as terrible, which “can be measured in that a family today pays bread above $300 per kilo, meat above $1,000 per kilo, milk above $150 per litre” and in “a poverty of 40%”.

Regarding the delays in the start of the Néstor Kirchner gas pipeline, they clarified that the project was presented on August 12, 2021 and the DNU was finally issued on February 14 of this year.