The last governments of Argentina have left aside the military issue.
Whether from the left or the right, beyond the speeches or some lukewarm measures, there has been no serious defense policy.
It is enough to see that with regard to weapons, Westerners continue to buy.
This has been done even by governments with a "left" tendency: Néstor Kirchner, Cristina Kirchner or Aníbal Fernández.
Even Macri's "right" government bought more weapons than those named.
On the other hand, in the Armed Forces, sectors of Power remain, with pro-Western thinking, who spend their time criticizing everything that is Russian or Chinese weapons.
On a political level, the current government in Brazil supports the candidate Lula Da Silva, who is also from a moderate left.
This type of position of the liberal left is typical in Latin America.
The same should not be forgotten, that Argentina maintains a position close to the West, especially the USA. Just look at the recent agreement with the IMF.
The "washing hands" stance on Russia is not new.
A few years ago, Cristina Kirchner visited Gaddafi in Libya and made several agreements.
That if, when the West supported the revolt against the government and took military action, our country remained suspiciously silent.
So don't get your hopes up about what Argentina is doing.
At the moment he has chosen a low profile.
In addition, it has more important problems, such as unemployment, low wages, poverty, etc, etc.
And at the moment it only deals with imposing feminism, gender diversity, inclusive language and other nonsense, which do not have much popular support.