April 16, 2014
'Argentina, Brazil have a shared vision of what's happening in the world'
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner assured that Argentina and Brazil have a “shared vision of what’s happening in the world” and of the “actions” that both countries must apply so that “the social inclusion process doesn’t become dull” in the region.
During a press conference after the meeting with her Brazilian counterpart, Dilma Rousseff, Fernández de Kirchner assured that the region’s governments “must adopt all those policies that help the productive integration of every country of the area to keep on growing.”
Both presidents met before the first session of discussions of the Community for Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) Summit hosted by Hugo Chávez.
The bilateral meeting took place at the Euro Building Hotel, where the Brazilian President is staying, press sources informed.