President Alberto Fernandez He participated today in the 2021 Saint Petersburg Economic Forum that takes place in the Russian Federation and there he asked the international community to take measures that point to “potential development”, since “it is very difficult to” do it “with outlandish debts, huge fees and terms that are not conducive to growth, “he warned.

He assured that middle-income countries “such as Argentina, are treated as developed, but they increasingly resemble the poor.”

Fernández said that “it is time to understand that capitalism, as we knew it until the pandemic, has not yielded good results,” since it generated “injustice and inequality.”

“The logic that lasted many years needs to be reviewed since the coronavirus pandemic has exposed the need to be in solidarity,” said the head of state this morning, through a video conference, of the plenary session of the Saint Petersburg Economic Forum 2021, in which the Russian president participates Vladimir Putin.

In a short recorded speech, the President analyzed that “misery, the lack of work and the needs of a world that is far from being developed grew in the pandemic.” And, at the end of his speech, he insisted on the “construction of a capitalism that does not forget the concept of solidarity ”.

Fernández and Putin will once again share a meeting this Friday at noon, when – by videoconference and together with the CEO of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, Kirill Dmitriev – they officially announce the start of production of the Sputnik V vaccine in Argentina, by the Richmond laboratory.

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