Cafiero crossed the Government for the Brics

The former chancellor and current national deputy, Santiago Cafiero, came out to mark a position on social networks regarding the letters that President Javier Milei sent to each of the heads of state of the countries that make up the Brics, to point out that Argentina will decline the invitation of said forum to join it as of January 1.

“Giving up the Brics is breaking the integrationist tradition of Argentina due to ideological prejudices and without any benefit,” said the former head of the San Martín Palace, and a man close to Alberto Fernández.

And Milei from the campaign maintained that Argentina would not have as allies “communist” countries such as Brazil and China (both are members of the forum) although there would be no restrictions on the private sector to carry out trade.

The current chancellor, Diana Mondino, declared in recent days that the country’s alliances must be made with “liberal democracies.”

“In a multipolar world, being part means joining a group of key countries for economic development that represent a GDP greater than that of the G7,” Cafiero concluded in a tone of rejection of the Foreign Ministry’s decision.

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