The president of the Argentinian republic, Alberto Fernández issued some statements regarding the controversy generated by the Venezuelan plane. He himself had 14 Venezuelans and 5 Iranians in his crew. This is the Boeing 747 that departed from Mexico and declared to transport auto parts.
From the Ministry of Defense of Uruguay that presides over Javier Garciawas denied entry to the country, something that generated discomfort from the Government of Nicolás Maduro.
Meanwhile, the president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, indicated in statements consigned to Radio 10 that “the opposition tried to take advantage. He mixed the event with events as painful as the attack on the AMIA. Some even dared to make a complaint of terrorism. He said that “they wanted to show something that is not.” The truth is that they wanted to show something that is not… something dark, some government movement, which acted quickly and absolutely everyone has said so. No one else needs to say it.”
Meanwhile, he returned to attack the opposition of his country. “But hey, as it is, the opposition tried to take advantage. He mixed the event with events as painful as the attack on the AMIA. Some even dared to make a complaint of terrorism. But hey, these are the things that unfortunately we have to live with in today’s Argentina. It is part of the madness that is experienced from part of Argentine politics.
Fernández and “issues to be resolved”
“What happened is that a Venezuelan plane arrived where there was no irregularity. There were five Iranian people on board, with respect to whom, as far as we know, there is no type of restriction. Nor with respect to Venezuelans. Yes, there is a problem with the loading of gasoline, because the sanctions imposed on the US can affect those who supply gasoline to that plane. It is an issue that must be resolved”, concluded Alberto Fernández, president of Argentina.