Greetings from Barack Obama for the Bicentennial of the Argentinian Nation.
President Barack Obama greeted the Government and People of Argentina on the occasion of the celebrations of the bicentenary of the Revolution of May.
The salute was made on behalf of the United States government by Ambassador Vilma Martinez, and members of the diplomatic mission in Buenos Aires, who “greet the government and people of Argentina on the occasion of celebrating 200 years of the Revolution Mayo wich opened the doors to its first local government. “
In a statement issued by the U.S. Embassy, the United States government said that, as President Barack Obama expressed in his message to President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner,: “During the past two centuries, the exceptional contributions of Argentina in all spheres of the human activity, from art to commerce, from science to sport, have made an extremely valuable cultural heritage. “
‘We are proud that we have forged lasting friendships as peoples and as nations. The United States and Argentina share the same values to promote democracy and human rights, regional stability and global security”, the report said.
The U.S. ambassador added, “I am really pleased to continue our fruitful dialogue and our close cooperation on these issues as well as new initiatives.”
Barack Obama concluded by stating: “The United States warmly congratulates Argentina in the bicentennial celebration while hopes that both countries continue to work towards further strengthening the bilateral relationship”