Rousseff and Humala travel to Argentina to meet with Cristina Kirchner
Argentina, November 26, 2012
In a busy week for bilateral dialogue, Cristina Kirchner will receive in Argentina her Peruvian and Brazilian counterparts. Humala arrives with the intention of closing bilateral agreements, while Rousseff will attend a lecture at the Summit of the UIA.
This Tuesday will begin the official visit of Ollanta Humala. As part of its agenda he will meet with Cristina Kirchner, will be part of a legislative assembly in the Congress and sign several bilateral agreements.
Moreover, Cristina will travel to Lima for the sixth regular meeting of Unasur, said the Chancellery.
The president’s visit will be the second in Argentina, after sharing with other presidents of UNASUR a meeting on 29 June in the city of Mendoza.
Moreover, Dilma Rousseff, Brazilian President, arrives in the country to speak at the 18th Annual Conference of the Industrial Union of Argentina.
In the same, will talk his president, José Ignacio de Mendiguren, and his Brazilian counterpart of the CNI, Robson Braga de Andrade, together with the governors of Buenos Aires, Daniel Scioli, and Salta, José Urtubey.
The highlight will be on Wednesday, when Cristina and Rousseff will give the presentation at a luncheon of closing of the conference.