President Albert Fernandez celebrated the inauguration of his Chilean counterpart, Gabriel Boric, and maintained that his arrival is “not only a hope for Chileans but also an expectation for all of Latin America.”
It was during the act carried out in the National Congress of Chile, in the city of Valparaiso, where the ceremony for the transfer of command from Sebastián Piñera to the president-elect was held.
“With the president we have a common view on many problems and we think alike,” Fernández said.
Representatives from Brazil, Colombia, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Mexico, Ecuador, Haiti, Brazil, the Dominican Republic, the Netherlands, Peru and a delegation from Spain led by King Felipe VI also participate in the inauguration ceremony.
Fernández arrived in Santiago de Chile around 9:15 in the morning. He then he will keep bilateral meetings with his peers from Peru, Pedro Castillo; and from Bolivia, Louis Arce.
Alberto Fernández arrived in Chile to witness the swearing-in of Gabriel Boric. Presidency photo.
Together with Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero and national deputy Victoria Tolosa Paz, who are part of the delegation, the President shared the latest details of the speech that he will give at the honorary luncheon for the new Chilean president, which will be held later at the Presidential Residence in Cerro Castle, in the city of Viña del Mar.
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