Cristina Fernández has not only returned to the public eye -- she's fully embracing Twitter.
After a 40-day silence following her head surgery, the Argentine President reappeared last Wednesday, ending speculation concerning her health. On Monday, Fernández was not only back on her feet but touting her visit with Fidel Castro during the Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) conference held in Havana, Cuba.
During the summit, Fernández visited the former Cuban dictator and posted pictures with Castro.
“We spoke about everything, but mostly a symbol of unity for Latin America and Caribbean in Havana.”
Charlamos de todo pero sobre todo un símbolo de reunión de toda América Latina y Caribe en la Habana... pic.twitter.com/q0Z33Blhyv
“He dedicated and signed photos that some people in Argentina had asked me to get. Precious.”
Me dedicó y firmó fotos que algunos me habían pedido de Argentina. Preciosas. pic.twitter.com/0lwZJTzt2V
The Argentine leader tweeted throughout the day and even answered one of her follower's questions, who asked whether Fernández and Castro had talked about the late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chávez.
“Yes, of course, we also spoke about Hugo. A lot. Unforgettable memories. Infinite nostalgia.”
Si, claro, también hablamos de Hugo. Mucho. Recuerdos imborrables. Nostalgias infinitas. pic.twitter.com/IcFuT5VoSR
Castro wasn’t the only Latin American dignitary Fernández met with on Monday. The Argentine president also posted photos of herself and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff.
“In the afternoon, meeting with Dilma, President of Brazil, who had just arrived from Lisbon.”
Por la tarde, reunión con Dilma, Presidenta de Brasil, recién arribada de Lisboa. pic.twitter.com/c9BaluphTI