Cortizo travels to the United States to participate in the IX Summit of the Americas

The President of the Republic, Laurentino Cortizo, will travel to Los Angeles, United States, tomorrow, to participate in the Summit of the Americas that will take place from June 6 to 11, according to a note from the Presidency of the Republic

The President of the Republic will travel in the company of the First Lady, Yazmín Colón de Cortizo; the chancellor, Erika Mouynes; the ambassador of Panama in Washington, Ramón Martínez; the Minister of Commerce and Industries, Federico Alfaro; the ambassador, María Roquebert; the consul Gilda García; and Doctor Camilo Alleyne adds the note.

Cortizo is expected to arrive in Los Angeles tomorrow night, Monday, to start the scheduled work schedule on Tuesday.


At the invitation of the President of the United States, Joe Biden, and the First Lady, Jill Biden, the Panamanian authorities will participate in the opening ceremony of the IX Summit of the Americas, at the Microsoft Theater, 777 Chick Hearn Ct in Los Angeles, United States on Wednesday, June 8.

In the evening, President Cortizo Cohen, the First Lady and the Minister of Commerce will attend the dinner with businessmen of the IV CEO Summit of the Summit of the Americas, invited by Susanne Clarke, president of the US Chamber of Commerce. , and Charles Rivkin, president and CEO of the Motion Picture Association (MPA).

In the afternoon of Thursday, the participation of the Panamanian leader in the Summit of the Americas is scheduled.

Also on the agenda is a bilateral meeting with the President of Chile and attendance at the Plenary Sessions of the IX Summit of the Americas.

On Friday, June 10, President Cortizo Cohen will attend a working lunch with his counterparts.

The Panamanian delegation, headed by the President of the Republic, will be back in Panama on Saturday, June 11.

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