The head of the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs announces readiness to work with the new Argentine authorities
MEXICO CITY, November 20 – RIA Novosti. Mexican Foreign Affairs Minister Alicia Barcena said Mexico and Argentina share common democratic values and the Mexican government is ready to work with the new Argentine authorities.
Far-right politician Javier Miley won the presidential election held in Argentina on Sunday, defeating his rival, ruling party candidate Sergio Massa, by 10 percentage points. He will start his duty on December 10.
Argentine Foreign Minister candidate Diana Mondino told RIA Novosti on election day that the country under the new government does not intend to join BRICS and will stop interacting with the governments of Brazil and China, but plans to stay and relax in the South American economic bloc Mercosur. A significant part of it is the restrictions imposed on foreign trade.
Russian Ambassador to Buenos Aires Dmitry Feoktistov also said that Russia hopes to strengthen cooperation with Argentina under the new cabinet and is ready to work together regardless of the political situation. He added that Moscow hopes that Argentina’s new President Miley will remain committed to multipolarity, which will be facilitated by the country’s accession to BRICS.
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