Luis Arce Traveling to Dominican Republic to Attend Iberoamerican Summit
Bolivian President-elect Luis Arce is set to fly this Friday to Dominican Republic, to take part at the 27th Iberoamerican Summit. The Summit will take place between 4 and 6 November and it will address topics such as:
- COVID-19: Discuss global and regional measures of response, for the current pandemic and its global economic implications.
- Education: Promote the role of libraries, museums and digital culture in school curriculums.
- Aging: Establish public policies to ensure a better quality of life of the elder population.
- Women: Promote the empowerment of women and girls, and the fight against gender-based violence.
This will be the first international event attended by the President-elect. According to the Bolivian Government, Arce is expected to deliver a speech on inclusivity and vulnerability of Bolivia’s population.
He will travel to Santo Domingo as part of a small delegation composed by the president of the Bolivian Senate, Eva Copa; the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Karen Longaric; and Bolivian Ambassador to Dominican Republic, Daphne Martínez.
High representatives from 22 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean will attend the Summit. It will be chaired by Dominican Republic’s president and it is expected to be attended by Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, as he will visit the country during the same dates.
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