Peres lands in Buenos Aires, will meet Argentine president on Mon.

Peres lands in Buenos Ai

November 16, 2009 01:14


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President Shimon Peres landed in Buenos Aires on Sunday night for a day-and-a-half long state visit. Peres will meet Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner on Monday for talks on bilateral ties. Peres and dozens of businessmen in his entourage will also take part in an economic seminar to encourage trade between Israel and Argentina. Meanwhile, local Muslim and left-wing groups are planning to demonstrate against Israel's policies toward the Palestinians, and particularly last winter's Operation Cast Lead, outside the Israeli Embassy in the Argentine capital on Monday evening.

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