May 18, 2022

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Guatemala’s Foreign Minister’s detailed agenda unveiled in Chile

The social network announced on its official page on Twitter and in news releases that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Minex) had met with Alicia Barcena, Executive Secretary of the ECLAC in Bukaro to discuss development plans.

At the meeting, the diplomat thanked the company for its support and assistance in formulating a comprehensive development plan (PTI) aimed at creating sustainable growth and opportunities at the local level.

The text highlights the goal of addressing the structural causes of migration under a comprehensive overview of the migration cycle from a development, human rights and human security perspective.

Both officials celebrated the recent creation of a fund for Guatemala’s PTI, which will allow the implementation of projects prioritized by the government in that framework.

Similarly, they reaffirmed the commitment that this initiative is not only a goodwill exercise, but that firm and conclusive results will be achieved, Minex pointed out.

During his stay in Chile, Bukaro held a meeting with Christian Zara, Managing Director of the Chilean Agency for International Development Cooperation, to enhance the bilateral and triangular exchange agenda between the two countries.

One of the Foreign Ministry tweets states that they have expressed their desire to hold the V meeting of the Joint Cooperation Commission based in Guatemala this year, for which they will begin the evaluation and development of the project titles.

Bukaro’s other bilateral exchanges include his colleagues Antonia Urrezola from Chile; From Costa Rica, Rodolfo Solano; From the Dominican, Roberto Alvarez; And from Argentina, Santiago Kafiro.

According to the Minex note, the Guatemalan official extended his warmest congratulations to Urrezola on behalf of President Alejandro Chiamate and reiterated the importance of “strategic relationship and mutual benefit for mutual benefit”.

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The dialogue with Solano allowed “the exchange of bilateral, regional and multilateral priorities in the current international context and new realities in economic, environmental, migration and security issues.”

In addition, in the first and second semesters of 2021 Costa Rica and Guatemala used the opportunity to positively evaluate the leadership of the two countries in the field of the Central American Coordinating Organization, which was the pro-president.

With Cafiero, BĂșcaro addressed issues of trade, education and development, which Minex noted on its social networks.

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