Buenos Aires, July 14 (Telam-RHC) -- President Cristina Fernandez said that Argentina “wants to deepen its relationship with Russia.” She spoke with reporters at the Government House, where several agreements were signed with Russia on the occasion of President Vladimir Putin's visit to Buenos Aires.
The Argentinian president said that the agreements were very important, among them one related to nuclear energy.
"The relationship with the Russian Federation is strategic and was strengthened during the last meeting of the G-20 Group. We firmly believe in multilateralism and in the need to have a world where countries do not hold double standards, because there are not several U.N. Charters or several international laws, there is only one," said the Argentinian head of state.
She also said that Argentina is the regional leader "in the generation of nuclear energy with peaceful purposes." President Putin thanked Cristina for the invitation to visit Argentina "and the opportunity to discuss the strategy on matters of joint interest," in a relationship he depicted as "strategic."
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