Cristina returned to the country after attending the G20 Summit in Russia
President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner left for Buenos Aires after holding several bilateral meetings in the framework of the G -20 and take the picture of the close of trading.
While the 2013 edition of the G20 meeting in this northern city of Russia addressed the preset agenda items relating to the financial crisis and employment, the question of the situation in Syria where the conflict already have in over 110 thousand dead, was the focus of all deliberations.
“Deaths cannot prevent more deaths,” said President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner in a section of her message to the whole forum and this idea seemed to summarize the firm stance not only Argentina, but of many other countries, including the two permanent members of the Security Council of the United Nations , Russia and China that refused to endorse a U.S. intervention in Syria under the pretext of alleged chemical weapons attack .
Both Chinese leader Xi Jimpin as Valdimir Putin Kremlin, were undisturbed in their positions to the extent that the Russian president promised ” aid to Syria ” in case of an attack by the White House and the Chinese president said “personally” Barack Obama that ” a military strike can not solve the root problem.”