Fernandez in the G7: "Tax havens generate social hells"
In his first speech at the G7 summit, which is being held in Germany, President Alberto Fernández called for the need for “dialogue” to reach a “cessation of hostilities” between Russia and Ukraine, while advocating “for the construction of a new international financial architecture that includes the peripheries of the world”.
After thanking the invitation to the forum, he pointed out that his presence in the G7 is on behalf of Argentina but also in his capacity as president pro tempore of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), a space he described as “a forum of dialogue and concertation that represents 650 million inhabitants”.
Fernández gave this speech before the presidents, prime ministers and heads of Executive Powers of Germany, France, the United States, Japan, Italy, the United Kingdom, Canada, all those who make up the G7.
Fernández’s speech centered on the war in Ukraine and on a necessary remodeling of the financial system so that “efforts are balanced and the benefits are distributed with equity criteria.”
Source: National Government
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