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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentine President Alberto Fernández will begin his first European trip on Wednesday, January 29th, from Paris to Berlin, via the Vatican and Italy, as part of the renegotiation of Argentina's public debt with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and private creditors.

"In Europe, in addition to his Holiness, we will meet with Western leaders. Because we share affinities and we are interested in hearing what they think of the country and because Argentina is engaged in a complex negotiation, which is crucial for its future, and all hold a seat at the IMF," said . . .

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