Ambassadors accredited to the UN are in the DR

Ambassadors accredited to the United Nations who are in the country welcomed the measures adopted by the Dominican Government to strengthen governance and the path towards meeting the Sustainable Development Goals of Agenda 2023.

During their visit to Dominican territory, this group of 10 diplomats met with government officials, who presented the country’s progress in terms of rule of law, economic growth, job creation, poverty reduction, environment and climate change, as well as international cooperation, among other topics.

Ambassadors meeting with Abinader

As part of this agenda, these ambassadors held a meeting with President Luis Abinader and Foreign Minister Roberto Alvarez, at the National Palace, accompanied by the Dominican permanent representative to the UN, Ambassador José Blanco.

Embajadores Acreditados Por La ONUIn addition, in a meeting held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs moderated by Deputy Minister Rubén Silié, the Minister of Economy, Planning and Development, Pável Isa, presented to these diplomats a summary of the indicators shown by the country as a result of the projects and programs being implemented. Hugo Fco. Rivera, Vice Minister of Mirex, Milagros De Camps, Vice Minister of Climate Change and Sustainability, and Max Puig, Executive Vice President of the National Council for Climate Change and Clean Development Mechanism, also spoke at this meeting, each one referring to the topics of their areas.

The ambassadors of Malta, Guyana, Bahrain, Benin, Greece, Indonesia, Kuwait, Libya, Slovenia and Tajikistan accredited to the UN, also met with the Minister of Defense, Lieutenant General Carlos Luciano Díaz Morfa, where they discussed issues related to global security, peace and regional stability.

In other meetings, this visit was able to exchange separately with the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Mipymes, Víctor (Ito) Bisonó, and with the director of ProDominicana, Biviana Riveiro, with whom they discussed the industrial development of the country, increase of exports and foreign investment as tools that have influenced the creation of new jobs.

The agenda also included a meeting with the mayor of the National District, Carolina Mejía, and a tour of the Colonial Zone, as well as some tourist destinations in the eastern region of the country.

Source: Presidencia.gob.do

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