Abinader regresó hoy a RD tras participar en Cumbre de la Celac

Abinader returned to the DR today after participating in the Celac Summit

President Luis Abinader returned to the country this morning of his trip to Argentina, where he participated in the Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac).

The arrival of Abinader and his entourage occurred around 7:30 in the morning at the San Isidro Air Base.

During his speech at the event, President Abinader regretted that nothing had been done in response to the Haitian government’s call to go to the aid of that country.

He also referred to the responsibility that CELAC has to defend the sovereignty of the peoples and their regional integration.

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The Dominican ruler took the opportunity to hold informal talks with presidents, Lula Da Silva, from Brazil; Gustavo Petro, from Colombia; Luis Lacalle, Pou, Uruguay; Mario Abdo Benitez, Paraguay; and Miguel Díaz Canel, from Cuba; He also had a meeting with former United States Senator Christopher Dodd, United Nations envoy to Celac.

At the end of the day yesterday Tuesday, the head of state met with leaders of the Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM), who live in Argentina. He also spoke by telephone with leaders of other Dominican parties and community leaders, expressing his interest in learning about the situation of the Creoles living there.

Likewise, he invited the presidents and their representatives to attend the XXVIII Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government, which will take place in the country in March.

During his participation in Celac, President Abinader was accompanied by the Administrative Minister of the Presidency, José Ignacio Paliza, his assistants Eilyn Beltrán and Mercedes Pichardo, as well as Brigadier General Jimmy Arias Grullón, in charge of Presidential Security and the Press Director of the President, Daniel Garcia Archibald.

Also the Vice Chancellor, Rubén Silié and the Dominican Ambassador in Argentina, Dr. Gustavo Hernando.

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