Alberto Fernández, president of Argentina, assured that during his tour of Europe he was able to explain to his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, that “the way to resolve the issue of Venezuela was not to block Venezuela, it was to get Venezuelans to find a dialogue and they solve the problem ”, and that path is being followed in our country.
In statements to Radio 10, from Argentina, he said that he defended in Europe "a way to solve the problems that do not involve getting into the countries either in an armed manner or with political blockade pressures."
"I had been there a year and a half ago, and when they talked to me about what was happening in Bolivia, Venezuela, in Cuba ... I was frankly giving them my look," he said.
He added that his perspective that the way forward by the international community could not be interference is being fulfilled.
“I felt that Macron began to realize that what I was telling him was true about what the path was; that the way to resolve the issue of Venezuela was not to block Venezuela, it was to get Venezuelans to find a dialogue and they solve the problem, "he said.
He noted that during his European tour, "the subject of Latin America was present ... in all conversations." Fernández visited Portugal, Spain, France and Italy, where he found support for his project to renegotiate the debt that Argentina contracted, under disadvantageous conditions, with the International Monetary Fund during the administration of his predecessor Mauricio Macri.
In addition, according to his assessment, the heads of state, whom he visited, now warn with concern that the blockade against Cuba is already "unsustainable and inhumane."