President Abinader receives the Queens of the Caribbean at the National Palace after their triumph in the Pan American Cup.
President Luis Abinader and Vice President Raquel Peña received today at the National Palace the Queens of the Caribbean, current champions of the XIX Pan American Women’s Volleyball Cup held in Mexico.
The Minister of Sports, Francisco Camacho, highlighted the support that the Government is giving to national sports with the protection of athletes competing in international events.
Camacho also highlighted the instructions given by President Luis Abinader after assuming the reins of the State, that Dominican athletes must duly go out to represent the country in different sports disciplines.
He praised the efforts made by the Government in favor of sports, after indicating that the doors of the National Palace are open to all athletes.
Likewise, Cristóbal Marte, director of the Dominican Republic Women’s Volleyball Program, said that the Queens of the Caribbean once again put the name of the Dominican Republic on high, ranking eighth in the world and third in the Americas.
President Luis Abinader received from the Dominican volleyball team the gold medal obtained in the XIX Pan American Women’s Volleyball Championship as a token of gratitude.
Accompanying President Luis Abinader on the visit were the Administrative Minister of the Presidency, José Ignacio Paliza, and the Minister of Sports, Francisco Camacho, along with Alexis García, president of the Dominican Volleyball Association; Cristóbal Marte, president of the Dominican Republic Women’s National Volleyball Teams program, and Luisín Mejía, member of the International Olympic Committee.