Alberto Fernández begins this week a tour abroad

President Alberto Fernández begins this week an international tour that will take him to France and Bali. First, the president will arrive this Friday in Paris, where, invited by French President Emmanuel Macron, he will speak at the panel “Universalism challenged by the war in Ukraine.” That same day, in the evening, the Argentine head of state will participate in a dinner at the Elysee Palace. Then, Fernández will travel to Bali, Indonesia, to participate in the 17th Summit of Leaders of the G20.La official delegation would be integrated, among others, by the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa, who in recent days was aligned with Kirchnerism, announcing a price freeze and demanding from Fernández the convening of the political table of the Frente de Todos to agree on a position on the PASO. This trip abroad also comes in the midst of the resurgence of the official internal, after the public reappearance of Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.After his return to the country, Fernández will face another trip abroad. This time to Mexico, invited by his counterpart from that country, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to discuss the integration of America for economic cooperation with respect for the sovereignty of each country.

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