The governments of Argentina and Brazil signed yesterday, Monday, a set of cooperation agreements on defense, health, scientific and Antarctic cooperation, as well as economic and financial integration, within the framework of the official visit of the Brazilian President, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, and the "relaunching" of bilateral relations.
The Argentine President, Alberto Fernández, and Lula signed a joint declaration, and both endorsed the signing of the agreements by high-level officials of the two countries.
The Argentine Minister of Defense, Jorge Taiana, and the Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mauro Vieira, signed a letter of intent . . .