Buenos Aires, July 17 (PL-RHC) -- The Argentinian government has deplored a paid announcement on the vulture funds published by the Clarin and La Nación newspapers asserting that the country is undergoing a technical suspension of payments.
Jorge Capitanich, Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers, asserted this morning that Argentina is not undergoing a 'technical default', as stated by that announcement, because the country is paying off and meeting all duties with its creditors in a regular and responsible way.
"It is a judge who is preventing creditors from receiving the funds already paid in", said Capitanich in his traditional press conference at the House of Government, as a response to the statement published by the group American Task Force Argentina in the Clarin and La Nacion newspapers.
Capitanich denounced that there is a deliberate strategy to prevent creditors from receiving the funds already paid in while reiterating that the term "technical default" does not exist beyond the literature of those domestic and foreign agents seeking to place Argentina in a nonexistent position.
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