Meeting between presidents of Argentina and the United States was postponed

The meeting between Alberto Fernández, president of Argentina, and Joe Biden, scheduled to take place in Washington on July 26, was postponed without the new date being known yet

The meeting between the presidents of Argentina and the United States scheduled to be held this July 26 in Washington was postponed. At the moment the new date of the meeting between Alberto Fernández and Joe Biden is not known.

This would be the first face-to-face meeting between the two leaders, so the date change due to the fact that the President of the United States, Joe Biden, is currently going through a coronavirus case, has generated high expectations in Buenos Aires.

It was learned that the announcement of the suspension of the meeting was announced by the Argentine ambassador to the United States, Jorge Argüello, in the morning hours of this Friday, without giving further details of the next date for the meeting.

In any case, information has been leaked from the White House that they must wait for President Biden to have two negative tests for coronavirus, but this “is uncertain.”

The agenda of this meeting that has been postponed included issues such as the agreement between Argentina and the International Monetary Fund last March to refinance the debt of some 45,000 million dollars in addition to the “obligations that this agreement entails for the South American country, such as a reduction in public spending, which is resisted by social organizations and unions and a more leftist wing of the government”.


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Source: vozdeamerica

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