In the midst of a heated internal debate in the Frente de Todos with strong declarations by the national deputy Mximo Kirchner, President Alberto Fernndez arrived in the country this Saturday morning after making a European tour of Spain, France and Germany. The plane arrived at 00:10 in Ezeiza.
The president arrived at Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini International Airportcoming from the Charles de Gaulle air terminal, on the outskirts of Paris.
In Spain, the president met with the head of the Spanish government, Pedro Sanchez and with him King Philip VI; in Germany he had a meeting with Foreign Minister Olaf Scholz and in France he met with President Emmanuel Macronrecently reelected in his position.
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Fernndez and Macron agreed on Friday in Paris on the need to “collectively respond” to the consequences of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and warned of the risk of a energy and food crisis in the most disadvantaged areas of the planet.
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Both leaders gave a joint statement in the entrance courtyard of the Elseo presidential palace in Paris minutes before they shared a bilateral meeting.
The coincidences between Fernndez -in charge of the Presidency pro tmpore of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States– and Macron – president of the European Union (EU) until June 1 – were expressed in a joint statement to the press, before the meeting they held at the Elseo Palace, on the last day of the European tour.
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“There shouldn’t be grandiose statements like the one I’ve heard in the last 24 hours. You have to be calmer,” Máximo Kirchner said this Friday to re-mark his position within the Frente de Todos after Fernández’s statements about the internal and the vice president
The legislator’s response, after a week of silence from the harshest Kirchnerism, was given once the tour of the
Head of State for Europe and when he begins his return, while the head of the Senate remains in charge of the Executive Branch.
“There are those who say that Cristina played Macri’s game. They are the same ones who do not tell the President the things they have to tell him so that things are better. It is time for the political class to mature because the problems are serious. The leaders who say they want to represent the majority have to pay it forward,” accused Máximo Kirchner.