Cristina: “The most important thing of our relationship is to share the same goals and paradigms”
Venezuela, December 1, 2011
The president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, attended the opening of the “Nestor Kirchner” hall in the Miraflores Palace in Caracas, Venezuela. She also signed industrial agreements on social, food and politics (Malvinas issue).
First, rather than enter in the insitucional deal, which would be the signing of these important agreements between both countries and private companies in Argentina. I find it impossible to ignore something important that exceeds the institutions, that has to do with the emotional, emotions, with the gesture of love and affection for my partner who was living. The honor for us as a family, but I also for Argentina, to have this room called Nestor Kirchner.
The importance of these conventions… They are only now, they have been coming from the moment these two presidents met, and we will continue them. We think the same way, that there has to be a political project with social inclusion that brings together the vast majorities with the goods that they lacked for decades. We decided, in 2003, that our place is here in South America. When you see what happens in the world, I am increasingly convinced of the need for concerted efforts across the region, because we are a privileged region.
The most important thing of our relationship is to share the same goals and paradigms.