translated from Spanish: From “Chacho” Alvarez to Scioli: government-appointed ambassadors exhibit

The ambassadors who were appointed by the President of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, will present theself today at a hearing before the Committee of Senate Accords, which will discuss the documents that will seek to be voted on Thursday in the framework of a session Extraordinary. The commission in question, chaired by Senator Anabel Fernández Sagasti, will meet from 10:00 to receive the candidates for ambassadors, who will have the opportunity to present to lawmakers about the diplomatic missions for which they were Designated. In this sense, the documents that respond to the nominations for ambassadors of: Jorge Argoello, United States of America will be dealt with
Carlos Tomada, Mexico
Carlos “Chacho” Alvarez, Peru 
Alberto Iribarne, Uruguay
Rodolfo Gil, Portugal
Alfredo Atanasof, Bulgaria 
Daniel Scioli, Brazil 
Sergio Urribarri, Israel
Domingo Peppo, Paraguay
Fernando “Pino” Solanas, Unesco 
Mariano Kestelboim, Latin American Integration Association (ALADI)
Carlos Raimundi, Organization of American States (OAS) 
In the event of a favourable opinion, all these documents will be discussed at the meeting on 20 February convened by Vice-President Cristina Kirchner at 12:00, one hour after the call to the preparatory session to ratify the authorities elected to last December. With the United States as one of its main axes, it will surely be Jorge Argoello’s task to maintain the relationship as healthy and pragmatic as possible. 

The truth is that the context is similar to that of 2003 and the need to renegotiate a debt with the International Monetary Fund in this case forces a good relationship with President Trump.The latter in turn applies to the case of Daniel Scioli and the link with the Federal Republic of Brazil, the country’s main partner. Ultimately, the case of Carlos Raimundi, who surely from the Organization of American States (OAS) will make a shift in the priorities that Fernandez’s administration will have over Latin America and the search for an integrated region. In this note:

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