They send troops to run the panels that Argentina installed in Chile

They send troops to run the panels that Argentina installed in Chile
They send troops to run the panels that Argentina installed in Chile

n “You must remove those solar panels as soon as possible or we are going to do it,” Gabriel Boric warned Argentina this Monday morning. And furthermore, with an unusually threatening tone, he stressed that he told it to Javier Milei, who would have been receptive, as the Chilean president later acknowledged.

Boric made brief statements to the Chilean journalists who accompanied him on his visit to Emmanuel Macron, in France when they asked him about the unusual new bilateral escalation: the Argentine Navy placed facilities in Chilean territory to supply energy to a detachment it has in southern tip of Tierra del Fuego.

After the diplomatic escalation, this Monday the Argentine ambassador in Chile, Jorge Faurie, informed the Boric government this Monday that the Argentine Navy is sending 11 troops (including technicians) to run the panels of the controversy. This was ordered by Minister Luis Petri, who is traveling in Europe (he was in Belgium, Italy, in Switzerland with Milei and now in France.

The 11 Navy soldiers who go to the area are those who are stationed in Rio Grande. But in turn, the company Total Energy, which donated the facilities, sends two employees to help them and the Auster company subcontracted by Total to install them will send another three people. In total there are 16, Clarín learned. A statement from the Navy said this Monday that the tasks were already about to be carried out.

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