President Alberto Fernandez will meet in Washington with his US counterpart Joe Biden, “tentatively” on July 25 in what would be the first bilateral meeting between the two countries. The confirmation of the meeting came after it was reported that both had a telephone communication this afternoon.” In the conversation, which took place for 25 minutes, President Biden formalized an invitation for the President of Argentina to visit Washington during the last week of July, tentatively on the 25th, in order to deepen the bilateral relationship in a broad agenda of strategic cooperation issues, among others: climate change, financial cooperation, renewable energies, technological innovation, human rights and agri-food production,” the official statement said. Alberto Fernandez and Biden took the time to analyze the global consequences of Russia’s war against Ukraine. As for the Summit of the Americas, which will be held in Los Angeles, nothing was known but the confirmation of the president to the multilateral forum. The President will take advantage of the meeting with Biden to push a geopolitical initiative that places Argentina as a global supplier of grain and gas. Fernandez had severely questioned the White House’s position in excluding Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela from the multilateral forum for political reasons. At the Summit, an arduous debate is expected about the exclusion of Latin American countries, since there will even be leaders such as Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico, who will not attend for this reason.