"We want to strengthen ties of reciprocity and institutional strengthening. Through this agreement we intend to establish permanent links of cooperation and exchanges in the environment, education, science, culture and tourism," said Ritondo
The 1st Vice Cristian Ritondo, confirmed compliance with the agreement for Cooperation and Relations between the Legislature of the City of Buenos Aires and Moscow Municipal Duma. A delegation of Members of the PRO, Francisco Quintana, Alejandro Garcia, Anibal Ibarra Enzo and Pagani (People's Progressive Front), the official delegation met with the President of the Moscow City Duma Vladimir Platonov and participated in the session of the local legislature. Later visited the Russian Kremlin, a set of civil and religious buildings in the heart of Moscow, facing the Moskva River in the south, the Red Square in the east and the Alexander Garden to the west.
"We want to strengthen ties of reciprocity and institutional strengthening. Through this agreement we intend to establish permanent links of cooperation and exchanges in the environment, education, science, culture and tourism," said Ritondo. In addition, he referred to Russia and Moscow in particular "as a people from these distant lands is seen on a path of steady growth, insertion in an increasingly complex and carved on clay world of uncertainty."
Ritondo recalled his visit in November 2012 this Legislature effected the President of the Moscow Municipal Duma, Vladimir Platonov Mikhailovich, with whom he signed a cooperation agreement was ratified today. Recognized Platanov highlighted its "humility and dedication that apprentice electrician became Moscow authority of Parliament." He also mentioned the visit materialized in March 2013 by the St. Petersburg delegation headed Lieutenant Governor Oleg A. Harkov.
The compensation protocol visit was organized by the Undersecretary of Institutional Strengthening and Exchange Legislature led by Paul Garzonio. In 2012 a cooperation agreement between Moscow Municipal Duma and the Legislature of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, in order to strengthen the ties of reciprocity and institutional strengthening both cities was signed. In this sense, looking to establish links to permanent cooperation and exchange in the field of legislative strengthening, environment, education, science, culture, tourism, among others.
Ritondo finally expressed his desire that "Buenos Aires is enriched with culture and management procedures of other world capitals such as Moscow." Also, do not rule out signing other agreements conform to common agendas in order to work with other cities of Russia, "because we want to work, meet, and share our experience with all parliamentary parliaments of the world."
traslation: Belén Zapata