A joint press conference has been held between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Argentine President named Alberto Fernandez on Thursday, February 3, 2022, discussing various matters to strengthen the bilateral relations between the country.
He pointed out,” I would like to say that Argentina is an essential partner of Latin America and for many years we both are maintaining the strong relation with each other. There is enormous respect between both countries, and they are holding good and friendly relations which is totally based on equality, respect and concern for each other’s interests”.
Further, President Putin also informed that Argentina is the first country who have approved the vaccine against the novel coronavirus, which is made by Russia named as Sputnik V vaccine and cited,” The two countries have worked with the proper cooperation to fight against the pandemic and deadly viral infection caused by the novel coronavirus and we have also combat the transmission of the deadly virus. The vaccination drive has also ramped up in the countries”.
As per President Putin, both the countries have strengthened the relationship between the mutually beneficial cooperation and also help each other in every possible way and further finds the new field of cooperation.
Further, in the joint press conference, they have further discussed the entire range of bilateral issues and further, the talks have also reached a business-like and constructive atmosphere.
Additionally, both counterparts have also discussed the various pressing international, regional matters.
Moreover, Argentina President Alberto Fernandez also explained and asserted that both the countries had signed various agreements such as comprehend strategic partnership which was originally signed in 2015, and they both have also made the discussion on different bilateral relations.
President of Russia further emphasised that both the countries have good relations as Argentina is the first country in Latin America which have accepted the Sputnik V vaccine to administer their population against the novel coronavirus.