Argentine President returns to his country after a “very productive” European tour

In addition to talks with the chief executives of Portugal, Spain, France, and Italy, he had meetings with the King of Spain, Felipe VI; Pope Francis; the director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Kristalina Goergieva;, and the U.S. Special Climate Envoy, John Kerry.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, returned this Saturday to the South American country, after a European tour that began last Sunday and that the president described as "very productive".

"We are returning to the country after a very productive tour. We have achieved the objectives we had set for ourselves. We have the support of the leaders in the negotiation of the debt we inherited and the understanding of the IMF in relation to the difficult situation Argentina is going through," Fernández posted on his Twitter profile hours before his arrival at Ezeiza . . .

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