Cristina Kirchner in Vietnam admired the skills of Vietnamese guerrillas
January 19, 2013
Cristina Kirchner visited the Cu Chi tunnels, the scene of bombing throughout the war that ended in 1975, on her last leg of the Asian tour.
The president will meet President of the People’s Committee Le Hoang Quan.
In her last leg of her Asian tour, President Cristina Kirchner today toured historical sites in the war between Vietnam and the United States, which ended in 1975.
During her visit to the Cu Chi tunnels, she evoked Manuel Belgrano and José de San Martín, who compared the former president and symbol of the struggle for reunification Ho Chi Minh, and urged peace.
“It is the Father of the Nation, the San Martin of Vietnam,” said Cristina Kirchner this morning, to make a visit to the Cu Chi district, where she toured the tunnels and the flagship museum of war against the United States.
At the same time, and after experiencing the battle conditions in tunnels and underground visit the high command of the Viet Cong, the President said: “While there I imagined Chacho Penaloza, who lived in a real hut, or Manuel Belgrano ordering burn everything in the Jujuy exodus to fight the enemy.”