Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos this week, Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra also said that she had not had "signals in these conversations about why one should invest or not in Argentina. There is indeed a cloud over Davos which is the global uncertainty about the changes in Europe and the United States. Everyone has questions and there are few answers. At the same there is a sensation that one thing is communication through social media and campaign rhetoric and another is the policy when it is set into motion."
Macri noted that he expects to see Trump in Buenos Aires in 2018 on the occasion of the G20 summit, and according to the Pink House, the president-elect said that he would like to welcome his Argentine counterpart at the White House. Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra, who reportedly helped coordinate the call, said that the most important element of the conversation was the "reconfirmation and reestablishment of the personal relationship -that they had many years ago" when the two politicians crossed paths through business dealings.
As Macri arrived in Cartegena yesterday, he spoke of the peace deal saying “how important this is for the region and for the whole continent ... I am a believer in dialogue and I wish the best of success knowing how important this is for Colombia, for the region and for the whole continent.” Macri was accompanied by Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra and Secretary of Strategic