Argentine President Macri holds his first bilateral meetings at Costa Salguero
This afternoon, on the margins of the G20 Summit, Argentine President, Mauricio Macri, held separate bilateral meetings at Costa Salguero with Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, and UK Prime Minister, Theresa May.
Macri and Sánchez addressed the progress made in negotiations between the European Union and the Mercosur, and talked about ways to help Spanish SMEs enter the Argentine market. Macri also celebrated the re-establishment of relations between the two nations.
Argentine Minister of Foreign Affairs & Worship, Jorge Faurie; Argentine Minister of the Treasury, Nicolás Dujovne; Argentine Secretary for Strategic Affairs, Fulvio Pompeo; and the Presidential Spokesperson, Iván Pavlovsky, also took part in the meeting.
Later, Macri met with May and thanked the UK for supporting Argentina’s efforts to become a member of the Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD). Over the meeting, both made headway towards promoting further investment by British companies in Argentina and celebrated the recently announced agreement between Vodafone and Telecom.
After commending the reform process undertaken by the Argentine Government, May stated that the meeting would help re-establish relations between the two countries in the future.
Argentine Chief of Cabinet, Marcos Peña; Argentine Minister of Foreign Affairs & Worship, Jorge Faurie; Argentine Secretary for Strategic Affairs, Fulvio Pompeo; Argentine General Secretary of the Presidency, Fernando de Andreis; and Argentine Undersecretary for Global Affairs, Paola di Chiaro, also attended the second bilateral meeting.
source by G20.com
Written by The Millennial TV