Foreign relations of Argentina

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This article deals with the diplomatic affairs, foreign policy and international relations of Argentina.

At the political level, these matters are officially handled by the Ministry of Foreign Relations, also known as the Cancillería, which answers to the President. The Minister of Foreign Relations, since June 2010, is Chancellor (es: Canciller) Héctor Timerman.

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