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Fernández says IMF agreement not closed because Argentina “is not going to kneel down to pay a debt”

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Alberto Fernández affirmed this Wednesday (27) that Argentina "is not going to kneel down" before the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and conditioned an agreement with the multilateral organization to renegotiate a US$44 billion debt to "not put the future of Argentines at risk".

"If we have not yet reached an agreement (with the IMF), it is because we are not going to kneel, because we are going to negotiate until our people do not see their future at risk by paying a debt," he said in a tribute to former President Néstor . . .

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