The president of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, arrived in Moscow for an official three-day visit: a highly symbolic visit, a great politician. Indeed, the Argentine President is one of those worthy Latin American leaders leading a truly independent and sovereign policy, while actively supporting the new multipolar world.
The visit of the Argentine leadership into the Russian soil confirmed the strategic partnership between the two countries.,After the tour of Vladimir Putin in Latin America in July 2014,. A tour which confirmed it, the alliance with the vast majority of countries. The two leaders discussed the positive dynamics bilateral relations, as well as existing problems. Note that visit coincided with 130 years of diplomatic relations between the two nations.
Now back to the agreements that were signed during the visit of Argentine President in Russia(which included many aspects…..) Indeed, the Russian-Argentine partnership will be global: economic-commercial, political, military-technical and cultural.
Speaking about political, Argentine President reiterated his support for the position of Russia in the Crimea and the Donbass, thanking Russian diplomacy on its position relative to the Falkland Islands. Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner did not fail to castigate, once again, the hypocrisy of Western elites, especially with regard to the interpretation of international law that obvious double standards.
The volume of economic-trade increased several times in recent years, especially nowadays with new opportunities being available to Argentina following the Russian response to sanctions targeting Western countries, including European. mutual Understanding and support more than obvious political and geopolitical. Add to that, the common military-technical partnership that opens fully, although the two parties have decided to keep secret the details.
Do not forget the obvious sympathy between the Argentine and the Russian president, that joint meetings only confirm to each new opportunity. Meanwhile and since the two terms of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner at the head of the Argentine state, she never visited the US … Furthermore, Argentina is part of the candidates more than likely to join the alliance BRICS [Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, ed] and perhaps even become the sixth member. Welcome once again in the new reality …
Source : Sputnik