De Vido said that “Argentina is not isolated”
Moscow, September 30, 2012
Planning Minister Julio De Vido said from Moscow that “it is incongruous to suggest that the country is isolated” and accused the media monopoly of creating a false idea that Argentina is closed to the world.
“It is inconsistent to say that we are isolated while the President is meeting with the leaders of the world’s leading companies, such as Exxon, or international financial personalities like George Soros and IDB President Luis Moreno” said the official as agency Telam reported.
Also, the president “deployed a busy schedule in New York, which included bilateral meetings with Egypt, with the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon, with multilateral lending agencies, with major companies and financiers, as well as lectures on the reality Argentine model and strong impact on Georgetown and Harvard Universities. “
De Vido added, “The President gave a brilliant speech and vindicating the sovereignty of Argentina in the UN General Assembly, which was ignored by the media.”
He is on tour (first in China and now in Russia) to close businesses that revolve around the construction of two dams in Santa Cruz.