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The President of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, referred to the filtering of an audio of a private conversation by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Antonia Urrejola, which addressed the response they would give to the Argentine ambassador, Rafael Bielsa, regarding his statements about the rejection of the Dominga port mining project.

In this sense, Fernández stated in conversation with Telam that “Chile has a great chancellor, it has a great president, it has a government that we love and respect very much, and with which we work very, very well.”

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Regarding the content of the leaked audio, Fernández downplayed the situation and indicated that “the truth is, I have no idea what they are talking about, but I do not assign any relevance to what they are saying either.”

“Argentina and Chile are willing to work together as we have worked in this meeting (Celac). We are called to grow together as we will continue to grow, we are called to be brothers as we are and the rest is gossip and misuse of conversations out there, that are private and of some comments that one makes with the freedom of not feeling recorded,” added the trans-Andean president.

“I have the highest respect for the Chilean chancellor, just as I have the greatest affection for the President,” Fernández concluded.

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