On Tuesday, China’s foreign ministry issued a warning to Argentina about the potential consequences of severing ties with major countries such as China or Brazil. The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Mao Ning, made the statement during a regular press conference in Beijing.
Milej, who was elected as Argentina’s new president on Sunday, has been critical of China and Brazil and has indicated that he will not deal with “communists.” However, he has also expressed a desire to strengthen ties with the United States. RIA Novosti reported that Diana Mondino, an economist expected to become foreign minister under Miley’s administration, said that Argentina would not join the BRICS group.
During the press conference, Mao Ning emphasized the importance of bilateral relations between Argentina and China. “The two sides have strong economic complementarity and enormous potential for cooperation,” she said. She added that China is willing to continue working together with Argentina to promote the stability and long-term development of their relationship.