June 20, 2013
'We are better prepared than ever to face a difficult world,' CFK
Following the visit to the Coninagro farming association yesterday, and just days before she is expected to be re-elected, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner went to visit the city of Gualeguaychú in Entre Ríos province, in the mark of the city’s 228th anniversary.
During her visit, Fernández de Kirchner assured that Argentina “is better prepared than ever” to face the world crisis, and asked for international entities to “change their doctors and medicine” when suggesting measures for escaping the crisis.
“Today we are able to say to Argentines that in a world that is suffering a downhill struggle, we are better prepared than ever to face a difficult world; as long as they apply the same measures that we applied to escape the 2001 crisis,” the President stated.
The ceremony took place in front of Colón Square, where Entre Ríos governor, Serio Urribarri, and mayor, Juan José Bahillo amongst other authority figures were present alongside businessmen from commercial, industrial and production sectors. Political directors and unionists were also present.
During the ceremony the head of State inaugurated the Granja Tres Arroyos plant by videoconference, which has brand-new equipment installed as part of a 35 million peso investment.