Argentine Health Minister Carla Vizzotti and Cabinet Chief Juan Manzur arrived in Tucumán Friday after five healthcare professionals were reported to be suffering from pneumonia. Manzur is also a physician and a former federal Health Minister (2009-2015), in addition to being the current Governor of Tucumán, albeit on unpaid leave while discharging duties for the federal government.
Argentina's Cabinet Chief Juan Manzur spent Christmas Day in Israel, where he arrived last Thursday at the invitation of Chief Rabbi David Baruch Lau.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Wednesday decided not to travel to Corrientes for the Convention of Grand North Governors on his doctors' advice after the gastritis problem he had during the G20 Summit in Indonesia.
Argentine Cabinet Chief Juan Manzur Wednesday took part in a ministerial gathering at Casa Rosada after admitting he would leave his job next year to return to Tucumán.
Argentine Cabinet Chief Juan Manzur Thursday welcomed a delegation of US Senators together with Ambassador Marc Stanley to discuss “all the investment possibilities for the near future,” according to the hosting official.
The Governor of the Argentine province of Misiones, Oscar Herrera Ahuad, Friday warned that the shortage of diesel fuel was particularly detrimental to the yerba mate sector, which is halfway through its harvest season
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva Wednesday said the greatest risk facing Argentina was inflation. She made those remarks during a speech at the Joint Assembly of the IMF and the World Bank in Washington, DC.
Argentina's Cabinet Chief Juan Manzur Monday presided over the ceremony during which the State-run oil company YPF announced it will invest U$S 90 million to develop a solar energy park in Ullum, in the province of San Juan, where radiation suits best these type of undertakings.
Following Argentine President Alberto Fernández's remarks to his Russian colleague Vladimir Putin in Moscow, according to which the South American country needed to be freer from the United States and the International Monetary Fund, Washington's envoy to Buenos Aires held a meeting Friday with Cabinet Chief Juan Manzur.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández has decided that all civil servants go back to teleworking for two days -Jan. 13 and 14- as a result of the heat wave and the numeous problems with electricity supply.