Paraguayan President Santiago Peña and Argentina's President-elect Javier Milei held a telephone conversation Monday during which they discussed bilateral issues. The Libertarian economist extended an invitation to Peña to attend his inauguration on Dec. 10 in Buenos Aires, which was accepted.Add your comment!
Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Monday confirmed he would be attending Javier Milei's inauguration as President of Argentina in Buenos Aires on Dec. 10. The retired Army captain told Milei so during the telephone conversation when the Brazilian rightwing leader congratulated the Libertarian candidate on his win at Sunday's runoff.6 comments
Economist Diana Mondino, who has been confirmed by President-elect Javier Milei to be the next Foreign Minister of Argentina, met in Buenos Aires Monday with Uruguayan Ambassador Carlos Enciso to discuss the “macroeconomic conditions” affecting ties between the two countries.Add your comment!
Citing spiritual reasons and meetings with rabbi friends, Argentina's President-elect plans to visit the United States and Israel before taking office on Dec. 10, it was reported Monday in Buenos Aires. I am sleepless, the international agenda is calling so we have to work, said Javier Milei.1 comment
Argentina's President-elect Javier Milei announced Monday in a broadcast interview that he would privatize the state-run Public TV (TVP), National Radio, and the news service Télam because he did not adhere to those practices of having a covert Ministry of Propaganda. He also explained he had plans for the oil company YPF and flag carrier Aerolíneas Argentinas to no longer hinge financially on the national treasury.4 comments
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Monday extended his government's congratulations to the Argentine elected president Javier Milei on his Sunday's windfall victory, but also affirmed that the dispute over the Falklands-Malvinas Islands sovereignty is a resolved issue.1 comment
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Americas and the Caribbean David Rutley was the main speaker at the event celebrating the work and achievements of Canning House during the last eighty years.2 comments
After it was reported in the wee hours of Monday that Sergio Massa would be seeking a leave of absence as Argentina's Economy Minister following his defeat at Sunday's presidential runoff, he announced during Monday's national holiday that he would be staying on his job until Javier Milei's inauguration.Add your comment!