Argentina and Brazil seek to establish a binational joint staff of the Armed Forces

The possibility of transferring the Type 209 submarine was discussed, noting that since the sinking of ARA San Juan and the decommissioning of ARA Salta and ARA Santa Cruz, the Argentine submarine force does not have operational submarines for the first time in almost 90 years.

Argentine Secretary of International Defense Affairs, Francisco Cafiero, accompanied by the Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces, Lieutenant General Juan Martín Paleo, attended the XIII meeting of the Brazil-Argentina Joint Working Group.

The meetings discussed military exchanges that promote and strengthen bilateral relations and consolidate cooperation between the two countries.

Cafiero explained that "to the working group, which already has ten agreements, including defense industry, training, and cyber defense, two more mechanisms have been added: first, the Guarani 6x6 project, an armored vehicle used by the Brazilian Army, which we also want to use in our army . . .

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