We do not believe that removing a State from an international organization will serve to improve the situation. The OAS uses as a usual mechanism the sanction or expulsion of certain nations and in this case we do not understand that such actions are necessary, said the spokeswoman during a press conference at the Casa Rosada.
The same happens with the G20. We will not support the exclusion of Russia because it has nothing to do with one thing and the other and does not serve the ultimate goal of our foreign policy: defending respect for human rights in all countries and situations, she added.
She also explained that Argentina supported the suspension of Moscow as a member of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations (UN) because an investigation into the conflict in Ukraine is underway.
But not all expulsions and sanctions have the same validity in all international organizations, she added.
On the 7th of this month, amid strong pressure from the United States, a resolution was passed in the UN General Assembly to terminate Russia’s membership in the Council.
International organizations, governments and analysts criticized this action against the Eurasian nation and stated that it is a decision based on documents that do not carry out objective and impartial analyzes of the events that allegedly occurred.