Santiago, December 1, 2022. The President of the Republic, Gabriel Boric, holds a press briefing after the ruling in the Silala case Dragomir Yankovic/Aton Chile















Through a statement, the ministry also clarified that the audio in question does not at all demonstrate the relationship between Chile and the trans-Andean country.

Tuesday, January 24, 2023 3:23 p.m.

After the leak to the press of the audio where the Foreign Ministry expressed its annoyance about the statements of the Argentine ambassador in Chile, Rafael Bielsa, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (RR.EE.) confirmed the resignation of the director of communications of this portfolio, the journalist Lorena Diaz.

Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Bielsa expressed his displeasure at the rejection of the Dominga mining-port project by the Committee of Ministers, stating that “this venture was one of the alternatives that Agua Negra was going to have as a port. It would be great for us if they warned us, nothing more than that. Since it has an impact on bilateral relations, we wanted you to be informed.”

In the audio, Foreign Minister Antonia Urrejola and those present speak in informal language. Insults are even heard, also describing the president of the aforementioned legislative commission, Jaime Quintana (PPD), as “a walled man.”

In turn, in the conversation, the head of Foreign Relations revealed the tenor of the claim to her Argentine counterpart, Santiago Caffiero.

“I told him that the Dominga issue was a unanimous decision of the council of ministers. Your ambassador directly attacks the administration of President Boric on a very sensitive political issue. Honestly, it is unacceptable, days -besides- before we go to Celac-Argentina”, questioned Urrejola.

Through the statement, the portfolio clarified that the leaked audio does not at all demonstrate the relationship between our country and the neighboring nation of Argentina.

“Given the mistaken leak of the audio of a private meeting, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs that the communications director of this portfolio submitted her resignation from the position, which was accepted,” the publication contextualizes.

Likewise, he pointed out that “the situation that motivated the aforementioned conversation has already been overcome and does not at all represent the excellent bilateral relationship between Argentina and Chile, which has been built on the basis of historical trust and friendship.”

After the leak to the press of the audio where the Foreign Ministry expressed its annoyance about the statements of the Argentine ambassador in Chile, Rafael Bielsa, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (RR.EE.) confirmed the resignation of the director of communications of this portfolio, the journalist Lorena Diaz.

Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Bielsa expressed his displeasure at the rejection of the Dominga mining-port project by the Committee of Ministers, stating that “this venture was one of the alternatives that Agua Negra was going to have as a port. It would be great for us if they warned us, nothing more than that. Since it has an impact on bilateral relations, we wanted you to be informed.”

In the audio, Foreign Minister Antonia Urrejola and those present speak in informal language. Insults are even heard, also describing the president of the aforementioned legislative commission, Jaime Quintana (PPD), as “a walled man.”

In turn, in the conversation, the head of Foreign Relations revealed the tenor of the claim to her Argentine counterpart, Santiago Caffiero.

“I told him that the Dominga issue was a unanimous decision of the council of ministers. Your ambassador directly attacks the administration of President Boric on a very sensitive political issue. Honestly, it is unacceptable, days -besides- before we go to Celac-Argentina”, questioned Urrejola.

Through the statement, the portfolio clarified that the leaked audio does not at all demonstrate the relationship between our country and the neighboring nation of Argentina.

“Given the mistaken leak of the audio of a private meeting, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs that the communications director of this portfolio submitted her resignation from the position, which was accepted,” the publication contextualizes.

Likewise, he pointed out that “the situation that motivated the aforementioned conversation has already been overcome and does not at all represent the excellent bilateral relationship between Argentina and Chile, which has been built on the basis of historical trust and friendship.”

After the leak to the press of the audio where the Foreign Ministry expressed its annoyance about the statements of the Argentine ambassador in Chile, Rafael Bielsa, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (RR.EE.) confirmed the resignation of the director of communications of this portfolio, the journalist Lorena Diaz.

Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Bielsa expressed his displeasure at the rejection of the Dominga mining-port project by the Committee of Ministers, stating that “this venture was one of the alternatives that Agua Negra was going to have as a port. It would be great for us if they warned us, nothing more than that. Since it has an impact on bilateral relations, we wanted you to be informed.”

In the audio, Foreign Minister Antonia Urrejola and those present speak in informal language. Insults are even heard, also describing the president of the aforementioned legislative commission, Jaime Quintana (PPD), as “a walled man.”

In turn, in the conversation, the head of Foreign Relations revealed the tenor of the claim to her Argentine counterpart, Santiago Caffiero.

“I told him that the Dominga issue was a unanimous decision of the council of ministers. Your ambassador directly attacks the administration of President Boric on a very sensitive political issue. Honestly, it is unacceptable, days -besides- before we go to Celac-Argentina”, questioned Urrejola.

Through the statement, the portfolio clarified that the leaked audio does not at all demonstrate the relationship between our country and the neighboring nation of Argentina.

“Given the mistaken leak of the audio of a private meeting, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs that the communications director of this portfolio submitted her resignation from the position, which was accepted,” the publication contextualizes.

Likewise, he pointed out that “the situation that motivated the aforementioned conversation has already been overcome and does not at all represent the excellent bilateral relationship between Argentina and Chile, which has been built on the basis of historical trust and friendship.”

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