President, Alberto Fernandez, said that “it is absolutely necessary to all sit down at a table again to design the future.” In addition, he highlighted his interest in “deepening the agreements.”
During a ceremony at the Casa Rosada, the Head of State assured that “we are living in difficult times in Argentina and we divided again. We have the opportunity if we sit at a table to deepen the agreements,” he remarked.
Dialogue with farmers
Fernández participated this morning in an act at the Hall of the Indigenous Peoples in which seven wineries were recognized for their awards in an international competition.
At the ceremony were the Secretary of Strategic Affairs, Gustavo Beliz; and the Ministers of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Julian Dominguez and his partner from Social Development, Juan Zabaleta.
In his speech, President Fernández said that he had asked Minister Domínguez, after taking office days ago, to “regain dialogue” with the agricultural and livestock sector.