Lacalle Pou traveled to Argentina to participate in the inauguration of Javier Milei

Lacalle Pou traveled to Argentina to participate in the inauguration of Javier Milei
December 9, 2023 – 19:07

The president traveled with Foreign Minister Omar Paganini to take part in the official ceremony in the neighboring country.

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President Luis Lacalle Pou I travel to Argentina to participate in the official inauguration ceremony of the president-elect Javier Milei, in a gesture towards the new president, who defeated the ruling party candidate and Minister of Economy in the second round, Sergio Massa.

Lacalle Pou arrived at Buenos Aires with the chancellor Omar Paganini and was received when he got off the plane Uruguayan Air Force by diplomats from the neighboring country, within the framework of an incipient relationship with the referent of Freedom Advances, with whom he will live during his last year in office.

This is the first meeting between the president and the Argentine president-elect, whom he quickly congratulated after his victory. Besides, Lacalle Pou expressed his desire for “a hand in hand” with the leader of Freedom Advances, explaining that “it is very important when a government begins to talk about specific things, the four or five things that we have to agree with Argentina”.

On the other hand, he asked that the meeting be “calm” and, if it did not happen, he clarified: “And if the man (Milei) “It’s in full transition, it’s not a matter of getting annoying, it’s a matter of having it when we are both ready.”

An inauguration with several presidents, including Volodimir Zelensky

Lacalle Pou He will not be the only president who will attend the ceremony, which he recently decided to join. Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, who confirmed at the last minute since due to the state of war with Russia you cannot confirm your movements in advance.

Waiting for an inauguration where the libertarian is expected to announce his economic plan, the King of Spain, Felipe VI; he Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban; and the leaders of Paraguay, Santiago Peña; of Bolivia, Luis Arce Catacora; of Armenia, Vahagn Kachaturyan; and of Chile, Gabriel Boric.

Another of the illustrious presences is that of the former president of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro, who met on Saturday with Milei at the Libertador hotel. His visit and the president-elect’s constant criticism of Lula Silva caused the Brazilian president to decide not to attend the inauguration.

Source: Ambito

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