The head of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sanchez, ratified this Saturday personally to the president of Argentina, Alberto Fernandez, your endorsement of conversations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for the renegotiation of your country’s debt.
Sánchez and Fernández, who greeted each other with an effusive hug, met in Rome on the occasion of their coincidence at the G20 summit, in which the director of the International Monetary Fund, Kristalina Georgieva, also participates.
Spanish sources stressed that, in the meeting with the Argentine president, Sánchez insisted that his country has the support of Spain to ensure that its demands to the IMF come to fruition in an agreement.
That support was also transferred directly to Sánchez in Buenos Aires during the official visit he made last June.
“Spain will always be on the side of Argentina in these conversations,” he stressed in what was his first official visit to Argentina.
Fernández referred to his negotiation with the IMF in his speech on the first day of the G20 summit in Rome, where he criticized the high debt of more than US $ 46,000 million (almost 40,000 million euros) of his country with the IMF “Condemns generations.”
In addition, he charged against “the capitalism of production” and “the logic of financial speculation.”
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