Milei plans to visit the country soon

Milei plans to visit the country soon

The ambassador of Argentina in Uruguay, Martin Garcia Moritan stated this Monday that when his country solves its internal “things”, the president Javier Milei will visit the country; Meanwhile, the possibilities of signing a memorandum between both countries with the aim of increasing local air connectivity are growing.

The diplomatic relations of the president of the neighboring country have given rise to talk this week regarding his dealings with the Spanish government, which led to the withdrawal of the Spanish ambassador from Argentina. However, relationships with Uruguay They advance from strength to strength.

“When we start to solve our things internally we will have the president here soon,” Moritán assured the EFE agency, after introducing him to the president. Luis Lacalle Pou their credentials in the Estevez Palace from Montevideo. Likewise, when asked about relations between both countries, García Moritán simply stated that they are “better than ever.”

This Monday afternoon the new ambassador was one of the seven diplomats who gave Lacalle Pou the credential letters that left them formally qualified to hold the position. So did the new ambassadors of Venezuela, Yldefonso Rafael Finol Ocando; of Türkiye, Tunca Özçuhadar; of Italy, Fabrizio Petri of South Korea, Wonil Noh; of Ecuador, Isabel Wagner Areco, and Paraguay, Didier César Olmedo Adorno.

Milei was invited by Lacalle Pou to visit Uruguay within the framework of the investiture of the Argentine ruler, held in Buenos Aires on December 10. In April, Lacalle Pou traveled to Bariloche, on a private flight with Argentine businessmen residing in Uruguay to participate, together with Milei and the president of Paraguay, Santiago Pena from the business meeting called Llao Llao Forum.

Open Skies Agreement

Uruguay and Argentina are getting closer to signing a Open Skies Memorandumwhich would promote new authorizations for the aeronautical sector and would cause the country’s air connectivity to grow.

This will allow both countries to allow any airline to fly to any destination within both borders, without restriction on frequency or capacity. On the other hand, in this type of agreement there is freedom regarding flight rates and there are no restrictions regarding the conclusion of commercial agreements between airlines.

The agreement will allow both countries to develop greater competitiveness, as well as generate more employment, both direct and indirect, achieving greater benefits for their economies.

Specifically, it was confirmed that the Uruguayan ambassador in Argentina, Carlos Encisomet this Monday with the Undersecretary of Air Transport, Hernán Gómez, and the Argentine Secretary of Transportation, Franco Mogetta, with the aim of advancing the talks to achieve the agreement.

Source: Ambito

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