Cristina Kirchner answered Borger through her Twitter account
Argentina, February 9, 2013
After Cristina Kirchner sent the memorandum to the Congress, which will be discussed on Wednesday, the Jewish community was critical with the decision. In fact, the owner of the AMIA Guillermo Borger said the deal had “opened the door to a new attack.” Today, President Cristina Kirchner answered him through her official Twitter account.
“I read with great concern statements done by Guillermo Borger, president of AMIA, about the agreement with Iran,” published and before arguing, she transcribed the leader’s statements: “Some say that (the agreement) is a step forward. This can be a step off the cliff (…) because if it would advance it could result in a third attack. “
“I consider him a respectable person. What does he know to do such terrible statement? If there is going to be an attack after the agreement with Iran, who would be the perpetrator?” she asked.
And finally, she concluded “it is clear that they could never be the signatory countries.” “Would those who oppose the deal? Countries, people, intelligence? Who? “.