Representing the government of the province of Buenos Aires, both Javier Rodríguez and Juan Cuattromo highlighted the measures promoted by the management of Axel Kicillof to promote agricultural development. “Like, for example, the Rural Roads Plan, which has already carried out 284 works and more than 3,900 kilometers,” said the Minister of Agrarian Development.
From Nación, de Pedro added that the intention is for the sector to “grow and develop.” “When one thinks of federal Argentina, when one thinks of roots, we see that it is impossible without production, if the countryside is not doing well,” he acknowledged.
On the other side of the political rift, the one who spoke was the local mayor, Manuel Passaglia. The PRO leader took the opportunity to demonstrate in tune with the historical claims of the field. “He has been harassed by a state more concerned with squeezing him than exploiting his potential,” he stated.
This was the beginning of four days in which San Nicolás de los Arroyos will be at the center of the political scene. As the days go by, local, provincial and national leaders from almost the entire political spectrum will visit the Expoagro with the intention of allying themselves with a sector that in an election year can play a key role.
In fact, today at 11 o’clock will be the inauguration and from the Interior they confirmed the presence of the Buenos Aires Minister of Production, Augustus Coast.