The ambassador in Argentina ratified the strong line of dialogue with the Milei government

The ambassador in Argentina ratified the strong line of dialogue with the Milei government

The ambassador of Uruguay in Argentina, Carlos Enciso, met with the general secretary of the Presidency of the neighboring country, Karina Milei, to “continue the strong line of dialogue” between both South American governments.

With the change of government in Argentina, The relationship of the local government with its counterpart changed considerably, resuming different exchanges and pending issues in the right direction, such as the dredging of 14 meters in the Port of Montevideo.

In this new chapter of bilateral relations with the neighboring country, Ambassador Enciso met with the president’s sister Javier Milei, who holds the position of general secretary of the Presidency, in the Pink House.

According to the Uruguayan diplomat, the meeting that lasted more than 40 minutes “served to continue the strong line of dialogue maintained by the two governments, both through the ties between the Foreign Ministries and through the link between representatives of the current governmental efforts”.

On the agenda were the positive topics that have been coordinated between both administrations, as well as the future perspectives of relations between the River Plate countries.

The optimism of Lacalle Pou

President Luis Lacalle Pou assured that the link with Argentina “begins to have a reason for optimism”, sending a wink to his peer Javier Milei, who since coming to power in the neighboring country began to implement measures that benefit Uruguay.

One of the fundamental points that highlighted Lacalle Pou was the dredging 14 meters from the Port of Montevideo. “Whoever has the stand and is producing here is going to benefit from the dredging,” said the president and pointed out that it is “a substantial change in policy,” valuing the good harmony by proposing that progress “must be that two governments spoke, for a little while, and said that they don’t have to bet on one doing badly so that the other does well, but that we are going to try to make sure that both of us do together.

The head of state expressed this when leading the opening of the 27th edition of the agroindustrial exhibition National Expoactiva, in the department of Soriano, where he highlighted the participation of the brand new Argentine ambassador in Uruguay, Martín García Moritán. “I just met him,” he admitted.

In parallel, he recognized the presence of the ambassadors of United States and China, which he considered “important countries in foreign trade.”

Source: Ambito

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