Alberto Fernández’s government moves closer to Venezuela and withdraws from the Lima Group

This is a new sign of alignment with leftist Kirchnerism and a new rejection of the figure of Juan Guaidó. The Government distances itself from the diplomatic strategy of the White House.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After months of gestures that previewed the decision, President Alberto Fernández announced that Argentina will leave the Lima Group, a regional forum aligned with the United States and harshly critical of Venezuela, noting the regional bloc’s policy of isolating the country under President Nicolás Maduro has “led to nothing.”

This is seen as a sign of alignment with hardcore leftist Kirchnerism, a wink to the president of the Chavista regime, Nicolás Maduro, and a new rejection of the figure of Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaidó.

Official sources confirmed that the President decided . . .

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