Abinader plans to travel to Cuba on Friday
SANTO DOMINGO, September 14 – The President of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader, will travel on Friday to Havana, Cuba, to attend the meeting of the Group of 77 and China, which will be held on this Caribbean island.
He plans to arrive in the morning via José Martí Airport.
At 11:30 am, he will address the Assembly, which will be held at the International Convention Center in Havana.
Traveling with the President are Foreign Minister Roberto Alvarez. Presidential Director, José Ignacio Baleza and Director of Higher Education, Science and Technology, Franklin García Fermin. Ambassador Flavio Rondon will join them in Havana.
The Dominican President intends to return to the Dominican Republic in the afternoon.
A trip to the United Nations
Next Sunday afternoon, President Abi Nader intends to travel to New York to participate in the seventy-eighth session of the United Nations General Assembly, where he will deliver a speech on Wednesday the twentieth. He will return to the country on Friday the 22nd after exhausting an agenda that includes regions with other leaders, executives and officials of international organizations.
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