CARI celebrated its 45 years and José Octavio Bordón said goodbye as president
More than two hundred members of the Argentine diplomacy and their counterparts accredited in the country met to celebrate the 45th Anniversary of the Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI) at the annual cocktail party that the foreign policy think tank organized at its headquarters.
The occasion served for José Octavio Bordón said goodbye as head of the Council and welcomed the president-elect of CARI, Francisco de Santibañes.
“Times of transition always bring new issues, some pains like birth, they bring difficulties and some differences, but they also bring new and great consensuses, but we believe that this transition is different from all those we have experienced. “It is the first time, due to the globalized world in which we live, that there are global problems and issues that cannot be resolved by one country or by a single region,” Bordón said in his farewell message.
“The challenges to the future and present of Humanity, of the environment, of pandemics, of inequality, of the risks of devastating nuclear or biological wars, either we solve them together or they have no solution, that is why CARI has worked and will continue to work deeply to defend multilateralism”, highlighted the former representative in Chile and the United States.
For his part, De Santibañes, who will take office on October 2, advanced his management by stating: “The coming CARI, will continue respecting its tradition of plurality and dialogue. The challenge is to give its rich academic production the opening to new audiences and to be an increasingly solid bridge of union for the debate that is coming, which is how to integrate ourselves into an international scenario that is challenging but that also offers us many opportunities. .
At the meeting the former radical foreign ministers could be seen Susana Ruíz Cerutti and Adalberto Rodríguez Giavarini (former President of CARI), together with the ambassadors of the USA, Mark Stanleyand of United Kingdom, Kristy Hayesamong others.
Among the guests who paid a contribution to support the Council, the radicals Jesús Rodríguez, Marcelo Stubrin, and Beatriz Nofal, to the analyst, Rosendo Fraga; to the Peronists Eduardo Menem, Eduardo Amadeo and Teresa González Fernández, to the head of the National Electoral Chamber, Alberto Dalla Vía; to the unionist Gerardo Martinez; to former vice chancellor Pedro Villagra Delgadoto General (R) Julio Hang, to the economist Marcelo Elizondo, the former dean of the Faculty of Law of the UBA, Monica Pintothe former career ambassador Ana Maria Ramirez; to the expert in International Law, Leopoldo Godio and former legislators Cornelia Schmidt and Federico Pinedoas well as other prominent personalities in international relations.
Likewise, officials from the delegations of Norway, Finland, Spain, EU, Georgia, Paraguay, Malaysia, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Switzerland, Portugal, Belgium, Israel, Mexico, Malaysia, Peru, Spain, France were also present. , Uruguay, among others.
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