Claudio Javier Rozencwaig, Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Policy in the Argentine Foreign Ministry, visited the offices of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Foundation on 30 November. He was accompanied by Ambassador Ana María Ramírez, Argentina's representative on the FAB International Committee.

The discussion concerned the development of cooperation on education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust, especially on the basis of new technologies and the Internet. Claudio Javier Rozencwaig presented the possibility of deepening partnerships with selected institutions dealing with memory from Argentina, especially the Holocaust Museum and the Anne Frank Centre in Buenos Aires. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated work on new forms of Holocaust education. That is why the Auschwitz-Birkenau Foundation, in cooperation with international partners, has undertaken activities aimed at increasing access to the Memorial through remote online visits. Equally important is support for educators-guides, whose work has been severely limited due to the pandemic.

Argentina is one of almost 40 countries that have supported the Foundation's Perpetual Capital. The income from the Capital is used for the preservation of the remains of the German Nazi Auschwitz concentration and extermination camp.