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Argentinian President Alberto Fernández: Trump’s sanctions on Venezuela ‘were really brutal’

By France24
16 November 2022   |   7:38 am
Argentinian President Alberto Fernández spoke to FRANCE 24 after being a guest speaker at the Paris Peace Forum, which ran from November 11-12 this year. Fernández also took part in a roundtable discussion with French President Emmanuel Macron, Colombian President Gustavo Petro and members of the Venezuelan opposition.

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