Celac Summit: Maduro suspends his trip to Argentina for “security issues”

President Alberto Fernández is already meeting at Casa Rosada with the Brazilian president, Lula Da Silvawho arrived in Argentina yesterday to participate in the Celac Summit. In the midst of this, it is guaranteed that Nicolás Madura, president of Venezuela, will not come to Argentina for “security reasons.”

11.00 Arrival at Casa Rosada

The Brazilian president arrived minutes after 11 o’clock at the Casa Rosada. There he was received by an official delegation of grenadiers as he entered the esplanade. He received it directly Alberto Fernández with whom he is already meeting in his office at Balcarce 50.

11.38 Alberto Fernández: “We are going to deepen the strategic relationship”

From his Twitter account, Fernández published a photo with Lula at the Casa Rosada. In the publication he stated: “What a joy to see you again, brother Lula. We are going to deepen the strategic relationship that unites our countries. Latin America is getting stronger.

The leaders hold a meeting in which the ministers of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, also participate for Argentina, Santiago Cafiero, and of Economy, sergio masa; the Secretary for Strategic Affairs, Mercedes Marcó del Pont, and the Ambassador to Brazil, daniel scioli.

Meanwhile, for Brazil, the ministers of Foreign Relations, Mauro Vieira, and of Finance, Fernando Haddad; the presidential adviserCelso Amorinand the ambassador of that country in Argentina, Reinaldo Salgado.

12.40 Maduro does not sell to Argentina

The Venezuelan government reportedly informed the Brazilian delegation of the suspension of the bilateral meeting between the two countries. According to the Brazilian newspaper O’Globo, the president of Venezuela would not come to Argentina to participate in the Celac summit for security reasons

It was scheduled for 12:00 both leaders lead the signing of the agreements for mutual cooperation in various areas. After this they will give a joint to the press in the statement White Hall of the Government House.

A while before, the Brazilian led the act of placement of a wreath at the monument to the Liberator General Don José de San Martín. And for 3:00 p.m., a business meeting is scheduled, together with Fernández, ministers and heads of the industry confederations of both countriesat the Bicentennial Museum.

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