April 17, 2018
The joint operation will be distributed on May 2 and 3 in Litoral in our country. Work between the two nations takes place in the midst of the Syrian crisis.
While the tension in Syria is rising through the bombing commissioned by Donald Trump against the dictator Bashar al Assad regime, Argentina will participate with the United States in a joint operation to coordinate military exercises to combat trafficking in weapons of mass destruction.
The activity will take place in a province of the Argentine coast of May and May, in the middle of the initiative Against Proliferation (ICP), where our country has signed for several years.
"The ICP is a global effort to prevent trafficking in weapons of mass destruction, which gives the states a framework to strengthen their ability to spread weapons of mass destruction," they declared from the US Embassy in Buenos Aires.
For its part, the world's leading power clarified that since 2003 more than 100 exercises have been used against the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in different parts of the world. But even if it has already made several in other countries in Latin America, it will be the first to develop within our territory.