The president of Argentina, Javier Milei, has personally expressed his intention to travel to Spain at the end of June to receive an award from “Spanish liberals”, and hopes that the “totalitarianism” and “inferiority complex” of the Spanish Government will not prevent it. .

“We will see how far totalitarianism reaches him in blood. Notice, I will travel to receive the Juan de Mariana award. We will see if his great inferiority complex allows the Spanish liberals to award me in person,” the Argentine president stated in his profile official on the social network X.

These words from the Argentine president occur in the midst of a diplomatic crisis with Spain and after the Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, José Manuel Albares, this Tuesday left the door open to some type of action in relation to the new Milei visit in June.

“For those who want to understand it, collaboration is always more powerful than confrontation,” said Minister Albares, who also stressed that the Spanish Government “will analyze in detail what type of visit” the president intends to make. Argentinian.

Despite everything, the person in charge of Spanish diplomacy has highlighted that already in his recent visit to Madrid, and after which the diplomatic crisis between both countries broke out, “all the necessary means were put in place to welcome him with hospitality and dignity.” who deserves the position he represents.

The Presidency of Argentina confirmed the day before that Milei maintains his plans to visit Madrid on June 21 to receive an award from the Juan de Mariana Institute, a liberal study group, for his “exemplary defense of the ideas of freedom.”

The diplomatic crisis broke out after Milei described Begoña Gómez, the wife of the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, as “corrupt”, and has been increasing in recent hours, after the Spanish Government has decided to definitively withdraw to the ambassador in Buenos Aires, María Jesús Alonso, a gesture described as “nonsense” by the Argentine president himself.