MOSCOW, Nov 20 (Reuters) – The Kremlin said on Monday it had taken note of statements about Russia from Argentina’s President-elect Javier Milei, but wanted to maintain strong ties with Buenos Aires.
Milei, a right-wing libertarian who on Sunday won almost 56% of the vote in the election’s second round, has previously said he would retreat from ties with countries including Russia, China and Brazil, citing disagreement with their governments’ policies.
Milei has also expressed support for Ukraine in its conflict with Russia and has said that he sees the United States and Israel as Argentina’s main partners.
In a call with reporters, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said:
“We noted a number of statements that Mr. Milei made during the election campaign, but we will focus on and judge him mainly by the statements that he makes after the inauguration.
“We support the development of bilateral relations with Argentina,” added Peskov.
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