The former regional governor of Junín questioned that the president had disapproved of Russia's military intervention in Ukraine and disapproved of his position regarding Israel.
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The former regional governor of Junín questioned that the president has disapproved of Russia's military intervention in Ukraine and disapproved of its position on Israel. (Photo: El Comercio)
The former regional governor of Junín Vladimir Cerróndescribed as “pro Yankee and pro NATO” the speech of the President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo, before the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Through his Twitter account, he questioned the president's disapproval of Russia's military intervention in Ukraine. He also disapproved of his position on Israel.
“Pedro Castillo at the UN, in a pro-Yankee and pro-NATO speech, condemns Russia's military intervention in Ukraine”, he said on the social network.
“Pedro Castillo at the UN, defends to the people of Palestine, but deals with Israel's genocidal policy with a kid's glove”, added Cerrón Rojas, who applauded that Castillo has recognized Argentina's sovereign rights in the Malvinas Islands. [/embed]
“Pedro Castillo at the UN, in favor of Argentina regarding its jurisdiction over the Malvinas Islands, for peace in RADS (Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic), Palestine and Ukraine, against coups, unilateral economic blockade, interventionism, contamination and xenophobia. It has improved international discourse”, he said.
Pedro Castillo en la ONU, a favor de Argentina respecto a su jurisdicción sobre las Islas Malvinas, de la paz en RADS, Palestina y Ucrania, contra los golpes de Estado, bloqueo económico unilateral, intervencionismo, contaminación y xenofobia. Ha mejorado discurso internacional.
— Vladimir Cerrón (@VLADIMIR_CERRON) September 20, 2022
On the other hand, Pedro Castillo also recalled that Peru reestablished diplomatic relations with the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic and firmly supports its right to self-determination.
Finally, the Peruvian president recalled that our The country recognizes the sovereign rights of Argentina over the Malvinas Islands and demanded the beginning of consultations and negotiations to achieve it.