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Timerman: European Union seeks 'direct dialogue' with Argentina

Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman has revealed that the European Union has requested direct talks with Argentina, after a meeting held between President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and European Commission vice-president Antonio Tajani.

"Tajani told [Cristina] that the EU wishes to open a direct dialogue with Argentina and impressed on her the importance of the country for European investments as well as the importance of historical links," the politician explained following the meeting between the pair, which was held in the Chilean capital of Santiago ahead of the inauguration of Michelle Bachelet.

Timerman also signalled that the Italian director had extended an invitation for the president to "visit Europe", in order to meet with "the principal European chambers of commerce in order to demonstrate their relationship with Latin America in general and Argentina in particular."

The minister added that CFK had explained to Tajani "the need for Europe to open its markets to agricultural produce of added value, without the trade barrier that exist now."
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