Foreign Minister Diana Mondino met today with the Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs of the United States Department of State, Brian Nichols.
They both agreed on the need to further deepen, broaden and diversify the bilateral relationship through joint work to the benefit of the two countries, in the context of a long-standing relationship, the 201st anniversary of which has taken place recently.
In this regard, Foreign Minister Mondino reiterated that Argentina aspires to strengthen ties with the United States through a strategic partnership around several topics: the promotion of economic development, the promotion of democracy in the region and the world, and respect for the freedom of people.
In addition, she stressed that the United States is a fundamental investment partner and highlighted that the State reform program launched by the Argentine Government will contribute to achieving a fiscal balance, transparency, predictability, macroeconomic stability, growth and an improvement of our international financial situation.
In turn, Nichols said that the United States hopes to work jointly with Argentina, a country he considers an ally, on both the bilateral front and the adoption of common positions on the multilateral front.