May 31, 2023

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Alberto Fernandez suffered hypotension in Bali and suspended his opening speech

Bali (Special Envoy).- President Alberto Fernandez had an episode of hypotension Just before attending the G-20 Summit. As a result, he suspended his speech scheduled for the inaugural session at the last minute. This news was released through a statement signed by the Presidential Medical Unit. Minutes later, sources close to the president said he was “great.” However, they confirmed that they had carried out tests to rule out risks.

Fernandez arrived this morning at Apoorva Kempinski, Indonesia with his deputy chief of staff. Juan Manuel Olmosand Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa. His speech was expected at 11am local time, but the speech was delivered by the foreign minister after an episode of high blood pressure. Santiago cafiero. Argentina chairs in the event’s main hall, the Immosing Candy Ballroom, were occupied by Cafiro, Massa and Argentina’s ambassador to the United States. George ArguelloA Sherpa at the summit.

“The President of Argentina on this day is Dr. Alberto Angel Fernandez Experienced an episode of hypotension and dizziness. For this reason, it was decided to carry out rigorous diagnostic studies Protect their health and avoid complications.”

As far as he could tell nation, Fernandez was transferred to undergo further tests and is currently with the President’s General Secretary. Julio Vittobello; Your doctor and the entire Presidency team.

Fernandez arrived in the city yesterday after a more than 16-hour flight from Paris, France, where he began his international tour. In recent days, the president himself said that he has been following a strict diet designed by himself for some time, which has helped him lose 10 kg in a short period of time.

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Bali, where the meeting of the G-20 member states is held, has high temperatures, humid climate and low atmospheric pressure.

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