Cristina Kirchner finished her mandatory quarantine after arriving from Cuba and moved to Quinta de Olivos to meet with the president, Alberto Fernández, and shared her look on the advance of the coronavirus in Argentina.» Yesterday I was talking to her for a long time, she came to visit me in Olivos to work on some specific issues,» the president said in an interview with Radio Ciudad.
The vice president was isolated for 14 days after returning from the island, where she went to find her daughter Florence, who finished medical treatment and re-settled in Argentina.» Yesterday we talked about a lot of things, from the economic issue, to the debt, to what happens, telling experiences that she sees inside the country and that I do not know. Anyway, it’s the talk of two friends who have important roles at a time like this,» the representative said.
While Cuba is not a country of risk, when I arrive I will meet the 14 days of isolation. I know it’s a no-brainer to say it, but you know… sometimes you have to clarify to the obvious.—Cristina Kirchner (@CFKArgentina)
March 20, 2020
In their conversation they talked about the situation in the country and the world, the external debt that conditions economic management and more. «We are friends, we distance ourselves for a while and the day we recover the bond we recover it,» Fernandez said.