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Zelensky arrives in Argentina for Milei’s inauguration and talks with Macron

The Ukrainian president, Volodimir Zelenskyarrived this Sunday at good air to attend the investiture ceremony Javier Milei as president of Argentinaand, upon arriving, spoke with the president of the France, Emmanuel Macron.

Be in Argentina speak with Emmanuel Macron. I informed Emmanuel about the events on the front line and thanked him for all the military assistance provided by France”, said Zelensky on the X social network.

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The Ukrainian president indicated that he spoke with Macron about the “priority needs” in Ukraineand the upcoming French defense package, which will significantly bolster Ukraine’s firepower”.

He also highlighted the importance of the upcoming summit of the leaders of the European Union what “Ukraine opens EU accession negotiations”, stated that Ukraine “complied with all recommendations required by the European Commission” and noted that “the decisions of the European Council will have a significant impact on the motivation of society and the Ukrainian army”.

In this regard, I appreciate President Macron’s personal efforts to ensure the unity of the EU” he added.

On a stopover on his way to Argentina, the president of Ukraine met this Saturday in Cape Green with the Prime Minister of that country, Ulisses Correia.

Argentine media predicted that Zelensky would travel to the presidential inauguration of Milei, who has publicly demonstrated his support for Ukraine in the face of the Russian military invasion.

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It is Zelensky’s first trip to Latin America since the war started.

Ukraine has made improving relations with Ukraine a diplomatic priority this year. Latin America, Africa It is Asia.

Milei’s investiture will be attended, among others, by the King of Spain, Philip VIthe Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orbánthe Israeli Foreign Minister, Eli Cohenand the presidents of Chile, Gabriel BoricFrom Uruguay, Luis Lacalle Poufrom Ecuador, Daniel Noboafrom Paraguay, Santiago Penaand Armenia, Vahagn Khachaturyan.

Source: Elcomercio

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