The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Costa Rica’s president, Luis Guillermo Solis, is traveling to Mexico to participate in the Heads of State and Government Summit, which will be held on Monday and Tuesday in the city of Veracruz. This marks his tenth international trip since taking office in April.
According to the Presidential Palace, Solis has official activities Sunday morning, attending the X Ibero-American Business Meeting, which will include Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff, Uruguay’s José Mujica and Spanish Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy.
Solis also will meet with the director of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Mexico’s Jose Angel Gurria, to discuss the state of Costa Rica’s accession process into the agency.
On Monday, the Costa Rican President will participate in the forum “Rethinking America Conference” and in the framework of the Ibero-American Summit, he will talk about education and culture, indicating their official agenda. President Solis said his presentation will highlight the progress and efforts made by his country in education.
For Tuesday, Solis is scheduled to attend a meeting of Central American presidents with the King of Spain, Philip VI, who will give his official speech at the close of the summit.
On his trip to Mexico, the Costa Rican president will also be in Mexico City, where on Wednesday he will meet with Mexican businessmen from the Confederation of Industrial Chambers.
That day he will have more meetings with entrepreneurs and investors, as organized by the investment promotion agency Coalition for Development Initiatives (CINDE), ProMéxico and the Chamber of Industry and Costa Rica-Mexico (CICOMEX) Trade.
Solis will return to Costa Rica on Wednesday, according to official information. (EFE)
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