President Joe Biden led the meeting with the leaders of Alliance for Economic Prosperity of the Americas (APEP), which takes place at the White House.
Also participating in the meeting was Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, with the presidents of Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Uruguay, Barbados, Peru and Panama.
The meeting of APEP heads of state and government started at 10:00 am.
Then, President Abinader will join the first working session of heads of state and government of APEPled by the President of the United States, Joe Biden, and administered by the Secretary of State of the United States of America, Antony Blinken.
Interventions will be aimed at economic stability and prosperity.
The Dominican head of state has his intervention in second APEP lunch session, after 12 noon.
The leaders of Costa Rica, Canada, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Uruguay, Chile, Barbados, Peru and Panama will also participate. This session will also be chaired by President Biden and moderated by Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
This session will focus on the interventions of the leaders the development of economic competitiveness in the region and the promotion of greater inclusion.
The sessions will be held at the White House and the closing words in the event will be in charge of President Joe Biden.
In the afternoon, the Dominican ruler will hold a met with the president of BDI, Ilan Goldfajn, at the main headquarters of the entity. Likewise, it is planned to continue bilateral meetings with other Latin American leaders gifts.
With President Abinader is the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Roberto Alvarez, and the Treasury, José Manuel Vicente.
Other members of the delegation that accompanied President Abinader during his visit to the White House were the ambassador. Sonia Guzman; the vice ministers Hugo Rivera, Anselmo Muñiz and Johannes Kelner; his assistants Lourdes Herrera and Eilyn Beltránalong with the President’s Press Director, Daniel Garcia Archibald, and the director of State Ceremonial and Protocol at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Francisco Cantizano.
The return of President Abinader is planned Friday night time.