At the UN, Fernández condemns attack on Cristina and calls for an end to sanctions on Cuba and Venezuela


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Presidente argentino disse em discurso na Assembleia Geral das Nações Unidas que “discursos extremistas” se proliferaram durante a pandemia e devido aos efeitos econômicos da guerra

Argentine president said in a speech at the United Nations General Assembly that “extremist discourses” proliferated during the pandemic and due to the economic effects of the war| Photo: EFE/EPA/Peter Foley

In his speech at the

The Peronist politician thanked the expressions of “solidarity” received due to the assassination attempt and claimed that the attack, by which four suspects were arrested, “it did not only affect public tranquility”.

“He also sought to alter a virtuous collective construction that, next year, will complete four decades of life. In 1983, we recovered democracy and started a long historical cycle, in which different political forces alternated in the government,” Fernández said. “I am certain that the fascist violence that masquerades as republicanism will not be able to change this broad consensus to which the vast majority of Argentine society adheres.”

Elsewhere in his speech in New York, the Peronist asked for Iran’s cooperation in the investigation of the at the Association’s headquarters Mutual Israelita Argentina (Amia), demanded the United Kingdom respect “the sovereignty of the Argentine Republic over the Falkland Islands” and defended the end of economic sanctions against left-wing dictatorships in Latin America.

“According to the Charter of the United Nations, the only legitimate sanctions are those imposed by the Security Council to enforce its decisions relating to the maintenance of peace and security. As a result, Argentina joins the demand of the peoples of Cuba and Venezuela to lift the blockades that these nations suffer”, he argued.

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