After the president of the United States, Joe Biden, canceled his scheduled meetings with the Argentine president, Alberto Fernández, on different occasions, the meeting between the two heads of state will finally take place this Wednesday. It will be in Washington on March 29.

Fernández will embark this Sunday for the North American country. Along with his entourage, They will stay two days in New Yorkwith a protocol agenda that includes a round with businessmen and then he will fly to Washington to finalize the aforementioned meeting, in which the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa, will also participate.

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Although the meeting had already been confirmed by the Argentine government, the Casa Rosada only confirmed it on Saturday night. The statement says that “The leaders will celebrate 200 years of bilateral relations between the United States and Argentina and will reiterate the strength of the partnership between the United States and Argentina. They will discuss how the United States and Argentina can continue to partner to address global challenges and continue to advance in areas of national interest mutual, including critical minerals, climate change, space and technology. They will also discuss economic cooperation, as well as their shared values ​​of inclusion, democracy and protection of human rights.“.

The decision of the Argentine Government was not to return to Buenos Aires after the end of the Ibero-American Summit and the trip will be direct from Santo Domingo to New York. He is accompanied by Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero, spokeswoman Gabriela Cerruti and the Secretary General of the Presidency, Julio Vitobello. In Washington will join the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa.