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Solá held staff meeting with Argentine ambassador to United States

Tuesday, 19 January 2021
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Foreign Minister Felipe Solá and high-level officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship held a working meeting today with Argentina’s ambassador to the United States, Jorge Argüello, and the section heads of the Embassy, during which they considered work strategies to continue strengthening bilateral relations with the United States.

They discussed in detail the current state of the relationship between Argentina and the United States and the prospects and scenarios opening up after Joe Biden’s inauguration as president.

They also reviewed the political framework for investments and  debt negotiations. They then went on to discuss exports of Argentine products, including their advantages and sectoral obstacles, the views on global trade in the incoming administration and the approach to Latin America issues.

The meeting was attended by the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Pablo Tettamanti; the secretary for International Economic Relations, Jorge Neme; the Secretary for the Malvinas Islands, Antarctica and the South Atlantic, Daniel Filmus; and the Chief of the Private Office of the Foreign Ministry, Guillermo Justo Chaves. The following members of the Argentine Embassy to Washington also attended the meeting: the chief of the Chancery, Adrián Nador; the head of the Political section, Marcos Stancanelli; of the Economy and Trade section, Pablo José Rodríguez Brizuela; and of the Cultural Affairs and Public Diplomacy section, Sebastián Di Luca.