On 9 March Federica Mogherini was on the first official visit ever of a High Representative to Argentina. She met political leaders and members of the Argentine business community. During the day Mogherini also paid her respects at the "Monumento a las victimas del terrorismo de estado" which commemorates those who died during the "dirty war" in the 1970's.
I have been following with the utmost personal attention the case of Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko since the very beginning. This is no longer just a judicial or political case: now it's a matter of human compassion. Her health condition is deteriorating rapidly and we all fear terrible consequences.
Hier et aujourd'hui, des attentats terroristes ont eu lieu à Tel-Aviv, Petah Tikvah et Jérusalem. L'UE adresse ses condoléances à la famille de la victime et souhaite un prompt rétablissement aux personnes blessées.
Une fois de plus, la haine et la violence ont fait des victimes innocentes. Une fois de plus, nous engageons toutes les parties à coopérer et à tout mettre en œuvre sans attendre pour apaiser la situation et éviter toute nouvelle escalade.
Yesterday and today terror attacks took place in Tel Aviv, Petah Tikvah and Jerusalem. The EU extends its condolences to the family of the victim and wishes a speedy recovery to those injured.
Once again, hatred and violence have taken innocent lives. Once again, we call on all parties to work together and do their utmost to immediately calm down the situation and prevent further escalation.
Wednesday 9 March sees EU High Representative Federica Mogherini's first official visit to Argentina. She began her visit by laying a wreath at the monument of General San Martin with Argentine Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra. Later she held talks with President Mauricio Macri, Susana Malcorra as well as other members of the Argentine government. The purpose of her meeting with President Macri was to inject more energy into the EU-Argentine relationship.