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‘Not Relevant’: Alberto Fernandez Lowers Profile After Audio Leak From Chilean Foreign Ministry



“It has nothing to do with what they’re saying,” Argentine President Alberto Fernandez said via an audio leak from the Chilean foreign ministry.

President of Argentina, Albert Fernandez He referred to leaked audio from the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs this Tuesday, which criticized the trans-Andean ambassador Rafael Bielsa, among other comments.

For Fernandez, it was a minor controversy, he did not give it “any relevance” and has worked very well with the Chilean president and government.

“Chile has a great prime minister, a great president, a government that we love and respect very much, and we work very well together,” Fernandez said, according to Argentine news agency. Terram.

“Honestly, I don’t know what they’re talking about, but neither I see no relevance in what they say. ” A note about leaked audio.

In addition, the Argentinean president “exploits private conversations with free comments that do not feel like they are being recorded (…) Just as I have the greatest affection for the President (Gabriel Boric), I also have the greatest respect for the Chilean Minister of Foreign Affairs (Antonia Urrejora). ” .

audio controversy

The record recalls that Foreign Minister Antonia Urrejora reported a private meeting with her ministers, the Ministerial Committee to reject the Dominga Mining Port project.

In audio, the Prime Minister and the rest of the attendees are heard speaking in informal language and even swearing.

In addition, we hear that they call Quintana “Un Amrado”, compare him to Senator Francisco Chajuan of Renovacion Nacional, and is a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Source: Biobiochile

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