The Argentine Government Tuesday announced the sending of a 1.575-strong federal security team to the Rosario area in the province of Santa Fe within the next two to three weeks, as drug violence and crime are increasingly on the rise since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Falkland Islands Government, as part of its continuing efforts to contribute to the worldwide Coronavirus relief response, it has made a further donation of £5,000 to Centro de Promoción por la Dignidad Humana (CEPRODIH), based in Uruguay.
Argentina's ruling Frente de Todos (FdT) coalition looks poised to a defeat at Nov- 14's mid-term elections worse than the one suffered Sept. 14 during the Mandatory, Open and Sim, simultaneous Primary (PASO) elections, according to a Solmoirago poll released Monday.
Uruguay's President Luis Lacalle Pou will be announcing Tuesday a package of measures to contain the impact on businesses in areas bordering Argentina for when the latter reopens its borders on October 1.
Brazil's Economy Minister Paulo Guedes Monday said Mercosur would “modernize” and anyone against that was free to leave the bloc.
Former Argentine Environment Secretary Romina Picolotti has been sentenced to three years in jail for fraud and embezzlement, although the execution of the sentence has been suspended, it was announced Monday.
Trade, health and the post-pandemic, communications and the Pacific basin were some of the issues addressed by Chilean president Sebastian Piñera with his Uruguayan peer, Luis Lacalle Pou, during a one-day visit to Montevideo.
Following the success of the initial Tourism Recovery Incentive Program – or ‘TRIP’ – which was designed to support tourism-related businesses and stimulate economic growth across the Islands during 2020/21, the Falklands Islands government announced that the scheme will run again this year.
Immunization requirements for travellers or workers have resulted in the development of a black market of Covid-19 vaccination certificates on the Internet, the Buenos Aires daily Crónica reported Monday.
The Peruvian sol fell sharply Monday against the US dollar in Lima markets following Sunday's statements from Prime Minister Guido Bellido, who threatened the new government might stabilize the cooking gas supplier Camisea.