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This will be the first time that Argentina will be invited as a guest at the plenary G7 Summit. The president will represent the voice of the south as he has done at other forums, the Argentina's presidential spokeswoman said.
The Argentinian President Alberto Fernandez will travel to Germany on Saturday to take part in the G7 Summit, the spokeswoman for the Pink House, Gabriela Cerruti, reported on Thursday.
Cerruti told the press that the president will attend the summit that will be held from June 26 to 28 in the Baviera region, after being invited by German Federal Chancellor, Olaf Scholz.
The G7 is made up of the so-called main economic powers: Germany, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Canada, the United States and Japan.
For too long, governments have tended to equate "democracy" with the "West," German Chancellor Scholz said. For that reason, he invited South Africa, Senegal, India, Indonesia and Argentina to attend this year's G7 summit in Bavaria in June.https://t.co/l4djiK4D1q