The Argentine government expressed on Wednesday respect for Brazil's institutional process and iterated its willingness to continue advancing toward a real and effective integration based on respect for human rights, democratic institutions and International law.
The foreign ministry release referred to current events in Brazil where the Senate impeached and removed suspended president Dilma Rousseff, and took the oath of office to her vice president and interim president Michel Temer, who will now rule until 2018 completing the original mandate.
The release also renews its commitment to continue working with Brazil on mutual interest issues and the strengthening of Mercosur.
Given today's events in Brazil, the Argentine government expresses its respect for the institutional process verified in the brother country, and reaffirms its willingness to continue on the path of a real and effective integration in the framework of absolute respect for Human rights, democratic institutions and International Law.
To that respect, Argentina renews its wishes to continue working with the government of Brazil for the resolution of issues of mutual interest from the bilateral, regional and multilateral agendas, as well as the strengthening of Mercosur”.