This Tuesday, President Gabriel Boric focused on the presidential election in Argentina, where Javier Milei was elected.
Asked if the political inclination of the economist, Boric clarified that “regardless of the differences, these political differences cannot hide us from the fact that our unity between the two countries is absolutely necessary and that is what I will defend all the years we’ve stayed out. of the mandate.”
Called Javier Milei
Regarding the protocol call to Milei, the President clarified that “they are matters of the State that must be done at the institutional level and, therefore, we are making contacts to talk.”
Faced with pressure to call the ultra-libertarian candidate, Boric insisted that his “disposition on this is that these are matters of the State.”
“Here I don’t need anyone to tell me what I should do or not do as president. Here I have to represent the State of Chile in continuing its history, and Argentina is a priority country in our relations. Therefore, I will fulfill that duty in all the diplomatic dimensions that exist,” he concluded.