At the UN Security Council brainstorming session on “terrorism”, Fernández de Kirchner did not mince her words. Her candour was breathtakingly courageous.
Argentina now has the best growth in Latin America, which had been possible because $193 billion in debt had been restructured. Today, it carried one of the lowest debt loads in the world.
Turning to the Security Council, she said that as long as the votes of the five permanent members counted more than those of other countries, nothing would ever be resolved. As a non-permanent member of the Council, she had questions about who had armed the “bad guys”. But one group had led to another, and now there was ISIS. “Where does this come from?” she asked. Some might be able to answer such questions, she said.
Posted October 04, 2014
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