The preparation of the XXVIII Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government comes to an end, and the former foreign minister during the second administration of Sebastián Piñera and current Ibero-American Secretary General, Andrés Allamand, is getting ready to lead the event one year after assuming The charge. He hopes that “everything will run smoothly.”
This is the first Ibero-American Summit that he will exercise in this role, since the last meeting took place in April 2021 in Andorra. The meeting, which brings together representatives from Spain, Andorra and Portugal, with their Spanish and Portuguese-speaking American counterparts, is ready to start.
You may also be interested in:
The foregoing, after the 22 countries that make up the group have already fully confirmed their attendance at the meeting, and will meet this Friday and Saturday, March 25 and 26, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Allamand, elected to the position on November 26, 2021, is preparing for his biggest challenge after a year at the helm of the Ibero-American General Secretariat (Segib), a position he assumed amidst loud criticism, since the former minister resigned in the middle of the migration and security crisis that still affects the country, at which time he made use of his legal holiday from January 31, 2022 to February 14 of the same year.
According to slogan ThirdFor the Segib environment, Allamand will focus on institutional, technical and administrative support for the Ibero-American Community, where he will be in charge of presiding over some of the summit events. Presentation of economic and environmental reports, as well as inaugurating the Business Meeting, are just some of the activities that he will carry out.
As reported by the aforementioned medium, various Segib sources indicated that the former foreign minister has tried to maintain a “low profile” during his administration, and revealed that there will be no bilateral meeting between Allamand and President Gabriel Boric or with the current foreign minister, Alberto van Klaveren, since his position would not be linked to a political profile.