Alberto Fernández says Brazil and Argentina are “inseparable people”

"Because Argentina and Brazil are a common geographical and economic space," he called "a great effort" to complement both countries "to be able to grow" and develop.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentine President Alberto Fernández said Tuesday, May 18, that Argentina and Brazil should not "separate" and that they have to "make a great effort" to complement each other and grow at an event announcing investments by a Brazilian firm in Argentina.

"Brazil and Argentina are inseparable people. We are absolutely united, and nothing should keep us apart", said Fernández, who added that in times of pandemic, "we must be more united than ever."

He praised the Argentine ambassador in Brazil, Daniel Scioli, when Argentina and Brazil maintain different visions on the direction of Mercosur . . .

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