The Energy Secretary of Argentina, Gustavo Lopetegui, offers a press conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 16 June 2019. The Government of Argentina explained that although the failure in the energy transport system that caused the total blackout in the country this Sunday is not something "abnormal", it is the "chain of subsequent events" that led to the disconnection, which is to be subjected to a thorough investigation. "At this moment, we do not rule out any possibility, but I would say that we do not believe the cyberattack, it is not within the primary alternatives that are being consid

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The Energy Secretary of Argentina, Gustavo Lopetegui, offers a press conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 16 June 2019. The Government of Argentina explained that although the failure in the energy transport system that caused the total blackout in the country this Sunday is not something "abnormal", it is the "chain of subsequent events" that led to the disconnection, which is to be subjected to a thorough investigation. "At this moment, we do not rule out any possibility, but I would say that we do not believe the cyberattack, it is not within the primary alternatives that are being considered," Energy Secretary Gustavo Lopetegui explained at a press conference in Buenos Aires. EFE / Enrique Garcia Medina