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Today, Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie participated in the Ordinary Meeting of the Common Market Council held in Brasilia, where he mentioned the need to "continue designing the MERCOSUR of the 21st century", on the day before the Summit of Heads of State and Associate Members of the South American bloc.

"No single country or region can succeed in isolation. In this interconnected world, if things do not work out for all, they do not work out for anyone. Thus, policies both at the international level and the national level have to be more coordinated than ever," Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie stated today in the city of Bariloche as he opened the first meeting of the G20 Sherpa track under the Argentine G20 Presidency.

Today Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie participated in the opening of the Plenary Session of the 11th WTO Ministerial Conference, where he underscored "the importance of a rules-based, open and equitable international trading system that contributes inter alia to consolidating the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. In the presence of WTO Director-General Roberto Azevêdo, the Chair of the MC11, Susana Malcorra, and all the participating delegations, Faurie stated that "the agricultural trade reform process is an essential requirement for eliminating hunger and eradicating poverty." Photo credits: Roberto Daniel Garagiola

 "By improving infrastructure, we enhance the quality of life, create more jobs, reduce poverty and, as part of that process, our people can improve their access to services," stated Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie this morning at the Palacio San Martín, during the opening of the 7th Ordinary Meeting of Ministers of UNASUR's South American Council of Infrastructure and Planning (COSIPLAN), alongside the Minister of the Interior, Rogelio Frigerio, and the Minister of Transport, Guillermo Dietrich.

Today, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Guyana, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname and Uruguay signed the Presidential Declaration of Buenos Aires, in which they ratified their commitment to "join efforts" in order to consolidate the growth of their economies, eradicate poverty, create jobs, improve education and take advantage of the boom of new technologies, among other important issues in the light of the challenges posed by the 21st century.

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