Argentina won’t “donate” weapons to Ukraine
The president of Argentina Alberto Fernández maintains that his nation won’t provide weapons to Ukraine, as his statement during a joint press conference with Olaf Scholz who arrived in Buenos Aires as part of his first trip as Federal Chancellor of Germany to Latin America.
During that day on Saturday, President Alberto Fernández received the German Chancellor, a meeting that was then intended to strengthen bilateral ties that include, for example, the construction of a liquefied natural gas plant destined for Germany and other European countries by sea and that It then aspires to fulfill or replace the gaps in the market caused by Europe sanctions on Russia.
After the insistence of the present press on the shipment of arms to Ukraine, President Fernández clarified that neither Argentina nor other Latin American countries plan to send arms to that country, nor to any other place in conflict, and that on the contrary they hope that can restore peace as soon as possible.
After his arrival in Argentina, the chancellor of Germany will go to Brazil and Chile as part of his visit to South America…I don’t know when was the last time a German chancellor set foot on Latin American soil, I won’t tell you about Argentina anymore; he so he goes to Europe.