Argentine President Mauricio Macri issues a decree declaring Hezbollah a "terrorist organization".
Sources: La Nación
Sources: La Nación
In his speech at the G20 summit in Rome, president Alberto Fernández says that huge debts "condemn generations" and that the "current system prioritizes speculation over the development of the peoples", while also condemning the previous administration of Mauricio Macri for accepting a $46 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund.
Bolivian authorities say that weaponry that were found stored were sent clandestinely by the Government of Argentina led by President Mauricio Macri in November 2019 to support the ousting of Evo Morales and that they were used to repress Morales' supporters. Aside from Macri, his ministers Patricia Bullrich, Oscar Aguad and Jorge Faurie are also accused of aiding the Bolivian interim government of Jeanine Áñez.
Bolivia accuses Argentina of providing weaponry to the military and police of Bolivia during the 2019 Senkata and Sacaba Massacres. The Bolivian government also accuses former president of Argentina Mauricio Macri of wanting the assassination of Evo Morales during his ousting. Argentina was among the first countries to recognize the interim presidency of Jeanine Áñez in 2019.
President Mauricio Macri and Justice and Human Rights Minister of Argentina Germán Garavano say that Argentina will start to receive reports of human rights abuses and criminal accusations against the Venezuelan government. Macri also reiterates his support for Juan Guaidó.
President of Argentina Mauricio Macri announces talks with the International Monetary Fund on financial support for the country's economy. The Central Bank of Argentina interest rate is now at 40%, inflation at 25% and the value of the Argentine peso at a record low.