The president, Alberto Fernández, arrived this Thursday with the official delegation, to the city of Paris, where tomorrow he will hold a meeting with his counterpart from the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron. During the day he will carry out more interviews with local media.
Upon his arrival at the Charles de Gaulle International Airport, the president was received by the Argentine ambassador to UNESCO, Marcela Losardo; the minister of the Argentine Embassy in France, Silvina Murphy; and the military attaché Pablo Basso.
The head of state traveled accompanied by the chancellor, Santiago Cafiero; the Presidential spokesperson, Gabriela Cerruti; the General Secretaries of the Presidency, Julio Vitobello; and Strategic Affairs, Gustavo Beliz; and the Secretary of International Economic Relations, Cecilia Todesca.
At 9 am (Argentine time), Fernández will share a lunch and visit the Sorbonne, where he will receive an honorary medal. While tomorrow at 7, at the Elysée Palace, the meeting with Macron is scheduled, with whom he will make statements to the press. At the end of this activity he will undertake the return to the City of Buenos Aires.
France is the third and last leg of the European tour developed by President Fernández after visits to Spain and Germany.