How will be the visit of the Chancellor of the United Kingdom to Chile? According to the embassy in Santiago, the United Kingdom’s Foreign Secretary, James Cleverly, is visiting Chile, celebrating 200 years of bilateral relations.
Chilean Foreign Minister United Kingdom
On Monday, the United Kingdom’s Foreign Secretary, James Cleverley, will arrive in Chile to celebrate 200 years of bilateral consular relations, according to an announcement by the embassy in Santiago.
“The Chancellor will visit Chile on 22 May as part of a regional tour of Latin America and the Caribbean that highlights the UK’s partnership with the region. At the UK-Chile high-level political dialogue, Foreign Secretary and Foreign Minister Wan Culveren will set the tone for the diplomatic, economic, trade and defense relationship between the UK and Chile.”
During her stay in Santiago, the Foreign Minister will co-chair high-level political talks between the United Kingdom and Chile with Foreign Minister Alberto van Claveren.
“Ministers will review the bilateral trade relationship between the UK and Chile following the conclusion of negotiations for Chile to join the CPTPP and the UK joining the agreement; UK-Chile partnership on climate and sustainability, including the green energy transition; and cooperation on multilateral issues as two like-minded partners committed to working together to solve global challenges.”
museum of memory
As Chile celebrates 50 years since the 1973 military coup, the Foreign Minister will visit the Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Santiago, accompanied by Foreign Minister Van Claveren, reaffirming the United Kingdom and Chile’s shared values and democracy And reaffirm commitment to democracy. human right. It marks 200 years since the first Consul General of Great Britain was appointed.
EAM to launch a campaign to celebrate the bicentenary of bilateral consular relations; She will also address Chile’s young change agents, meet Chile’s next generation of women leaders, and visit Latin America’s first green hydrogen fueling plant and station.
The UK’s top foreign affairs official said: “This is a landmark year in the history of the UK’s relations with countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, including Chile. While I look forward to celebrating our long-standing and historic relationship, I look forward to the coming I am also in Chile to renew and enhance our ties over the years. It is a partnership that will shape and strengthen our shared values of freedom, democracy and concern for the state of our planet.”
Meanwhile, the embassy in Santiago said: “The Foreign Minister will also address an audience of young change agents from Chile at the Gabriela Mistral Cultural Centre, where he will give a speech on the UK’s relationship with Latin America and the Caribbean, the values of the UK and the region.” shared, and how to work together to address important global issues of the 21st century.”
The Foreign Secretary will also visit Anglo-American’s green hydrogen plant to see how renewable energy technologies promoted by British companies are leading the transition to green energy and a more sustainable approach to mining. During the visit, the Foreign Secretary will also announce a graduate scholarship program focused on lithium technologies and environmental governance.