An Asturian cultural institution names Miley a full academic for his “significant contribution to the economy.”

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An Asturian cultural institution names Miley a full academic for his “significant contribution to the economy.”

The Bances y Valdés Institute of Historical Studies in the Principality of Asturias has named Javier Milei, President of Argentina, full academician for his “significant contribution to the economy” and “commitment to the nation.” The recognition was given to the Argentine president during his visit to Spain last May, as the institute said in a statement on Thursday. The cultural organization made Millay’s appointment after “careful review of curriculum and qualifications”, particularly in the economic key. In this way, the Argentine president’s role is highlighted as a “renowned economist” and his “significant contribution to the nation,” which, according to the company, “will be an inspiration to future generations.” In this sense, the company celebrated Miley’s appointment and what it means: “recovering the strong link that Spain has always had with Argentina.” For this reason, although the appointment was given to the President of Argentina in May, the full academic card awarding ceremony took place yesterday, June 12, at the Quinta Presidencial de Olivos in Buenos Aires. In particular, after joining the Institute, academic Marcelo Alejandro Nimo, the Institute’s representative in Argentina and Special Economic Adviser to the Presidency of Argentina, formalized the honor by presenting the ID to the Institute’s director, Manuel Ruiz. It has a special power.

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