Cristina Kirchner arrived in Argentina from Cuba with her daughter Florencia

The former head of state and her daughter arrived on Sunday at 10:55 pm at the Ezeiza international airport, on flight 360 of the Cuban Aviation Company

Vice President Cristina Kirchner arrived in Argentina with her daughter Florencia on a flight from Havana, Cuba, sources around her confirmed to Télam.

The former head of state arrived at Ezeiza international airport on Sunday at 10:55 pm on flight 360 of the Cuban Aviation Company, they said.

Cristina Kirchner arrived at the air station with her daughter Florencia, with whom she remained on the island for a week to accompany her in the preparations to return to the country after the one-year medical treatment that she had to undergo in Cuba.

The official reported this week about her return to Argentina in a series of tweets in which she expressed that, although Cuba is not a country of risk, it would meet the social, preventive and mandatory period of isolation, set by the Executive Power since 20 March and until the 31st of the same month to contain the spread of the virus.

In that message, the vice president asked Argentines “to do the same, to take care of yourself and to take care of others, respecting preventive isolation in their homes.”

Florencia Kirchner had arrived in Cuba in February 2019 to do a film script course but, during her stay, asked for permission to delay her return and undergo health treatment due to post-traumatic stress disorder, according to reports. for his mother and his lawyers in court.

On the return of Florence, Cristina noted that “she, together with her doctors, managed to restore part of her lost health and for a while they have been working on her return home.”

“But you know, nothing is so simple. That is why Flor asked me to come and look for her to help her. I felt that I was not going to be alone,” said the vice president after starting the trip to the island, on a flight that departed. from Buenos Aires on Monday, March 16, to help the young woman in the preparations to return to the country.

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