The Authorities Of Chile Accused The President Of Argentina Of Interfering In The Internal Affairs Of The Country
Chile's Foreign Ministry called the charge d'affaires of Argentina because of statements made by Argentine President Alberto Fernandez, which Santiago considers interference in the country's internal Affairs. This was reported on Sunday by the Chilean Foreign Ministry.
"Today Deputy foreign Minister summoned to foreign Ministry on the instructions of the head of Department chargé d'affaires of Argentina Carlos Maxias to Express extreme surprise of the government of Chile comments of the President of Argentina, made during a video conference with Chilean politicians on April 24. They constitute interference in the internal Affairs of Chile," the statement said.
The foreign Ministry stressed that "in the opinion of the government of Chile, such statements do not contribute to the work on the bilateral agenda," but at the same time noted that Santiago "remains ready to continue working for the benefit of common interests."
On April 24, Alberto Fernandez held a video conference with representatives of the Puebla Group. According to Mercurio, during the meeting, the President of Argentina called on the Chilean opposition to "unite again to regain power."