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MOSCOW, April 21. /TASS/. Argentina's president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner on Tuesday arrived in Moscow on an official visit that will last till April 23.
Kirchner’s plane has landed at Vnukovo-2 airport outside Moscow. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov is greeting Kirchner at the airport.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold talks with Kirchner on April 23. The two leaders will discuss the implementation of agreements reached during Putin’s visit to Argentina in July 2014. They will also exchange views on development of bilateral trade and economic ties and investment cooperation.
A spokesman for the Argentinian embassy in Moscow told TASS during Kirchner’s stay in Moscow it was planned to organize a meeting between two countries’ businessmen who would look at prospects of expanding trade-and-economic cooperation. Argentina would be represented by about 50 businessmen.
The Argentinian leader will open an exhibition dedicated to Eva Peron (1919-1952), the the second wife of Argentine President Juan Perуn, at Moscow’s History Museum.