Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou was photographed while caught by a patron as he sat at the bar of a Montevideo restaurant in the exclusive Carrasco area Saturday to have a “Hungarian” sandwich and a beer.
Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou expressed his solidarity Friday morning with Argentine Vice President with Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK) following the failed assassination attempt against her late on Thursday.
According to an Uruguayan Exporters Union (UEU) report released Thursday, orders from abroad have increased by 28% interannually, reaching a total of US$ 1.076 billion.
Argentina's secretary for Malvinas, Antarctica and South Atlantic affairs, Guillermo Carmona, this week visited Uruguay where he met with the Senate's International Affairs Committee, as part of the round of contacts with neighboring countries to discuss South Atlantic and Antarctica issues.
Uruguayan authorities have announced a UY$ 3 (US$ 0.074) reduction in the price of gasoline at pumps effective Thursday. Energy Minister Omar Paganini also explained the price of supergas (cooking gas) and diesel fuel would remain unchanged.
For the first time in almost three years, the International Livestock Exposition will return in a new edition that will be held as it was before the pandemic, without sanitary restrictions, and in the same place: the Rural del Prado in Montevideo.
Uruguay's Central Bank (BCU) President Diego Labat said Tuesday that he expected economic growth to remain steady and heralded that inflation by the end of 2022 will be below the level “we have today.”
Authorities from Uruguay and Brazil defense authorities have held bilateral meetings towards coordinating joint efforts along the border between the two countries to carry out operations against drug trafficking and organized crime in the area.
Uruguayan authorities have announced that as of next month healthcare facilities will be surveyed to detect the presence of hepatitis B and C in order to provide input for the development and adjustment of policies regarding these maladies and meet World Health Organization (WHO) requirements to reduce the number of infected people by 2030.
Following Uruguay's announcement in the same direction, Argentine migration authorities will no longer require an affidavit regarding the health status of travelers covid-19wise, according to social media postings by Migrations Director Florencia Carignano Friday.