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MOSCOW, November 23. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent a telegram to Argentina’s president elect Mauricio Macri congratulating him on his victory in Sunday’s election, the Kremlin press service said on Monday.
In his telegram Putin noted the high level of the Russian-Argentinian dialogue as the two countries have recently celebrated 130 years of diplomatic relations and tend to develop comprehensive strategic partnership, the Kremlin said.
The cooperation of the two countries in the United Nations, G20 and other multilateral formats shows positive development, the Kremlin said.
Vladimir Putin expressed his hopes for the dynamic joint work towards further expand of constructive bilateral cooperation in different spheres and the coordination of efforts on resolving topical international questions which meets the key interests of the Russian and Argentinian peoples and tends to provide safety and stability in the Latin America as well as in the whole world.
Macri will take office on December 10.