Spain has taken a significant decision in response to recent statements by Argentine President Javier Milei directed at Pedro Sánchez, Spanish Prime Minister.

Milei, during an event organized by Vox, a radical right-wing party in Spain, criticized Sánchez, leader of the Socialist Party, referring to the Spanish chancellor’s wife as “corrupt” and challenging him to a “face to face” debate. .

In response to these statements, Spanish Foreign Minister José Albares summoned the Spanish ambassador to Argentina for consultations, classifying the current diplomatic situation as “serious”.

The ambassador’s withdrawal reflects the seriousness of the remarks made by Milei and the impact they had on relations between the two countries.

The diplomatic gesture marks a point of tension in bilateral relations between Spain and Argentina and highlights the sensitivity of the political and diplomatic issues involved.

Spain’s reaction indicates an immediate and direct response to the Argentine president’s statements, indicating the importance attributed to maintaining the integrity of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

With information from Reuters


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