On his first international trip as president-elect, Alberto Fernández will meet with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Monday in Mexico City. Analysts consider the trip as a clear message to Brazil, traditionally the first destination of an elected president in Argentina, and to Washington. Afterwards, on Friday, Fernández will participate in the second Puebla Group meeting, a group of progressive leaders gathering in Buenos Aires. In a moment of regional upheaval and crisis of the neoliberal models, the president-elect will take the initial steps towards the idea of integration that not long ago served to create organisms such as Unasur and Celac, now abandoned.
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