Varela will hold bilateral meetings with his counterparts in the region, and with congressmen and members of the Chamber of Commerce
The president of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela, and the vice president and chancellor, Isabel De Saint Malo, traveled today to Lima to participate in the VIII Summit of the Americas of Peru, which will take place between Friday and Saturday.
At the continental meeting, which will focus on the issue of democratic governance against corruption, Varela will hold bilateral meetings with his counterparts in the region, and with congressmen and members of the United States Chamber of Commerce, said on Thursday of the Presidency, without further details.
Varela will take part in the Business Dialogue of the Americas, organized by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), where he will discuss the expansion of infrastructure in his country in recent years, one of the most dynamic economies in the region with growth of 5%. , 4 percent in 2017.
The Panamanian president will also participate in the V Youth Forum of the Americas, an opportunity that will be used to invite those present to the World Youth Day (WYD) to be held in Panama in January 2019.
In the official information it was added that the official delegation of Varela is made up of the Minister of Economy and Finance, Dulcidio De La Guardia; and the executive secretary of the National Security Council, Rolando López.
Also the director of the National Authority of Transparency and Access to Information, Angélica Maytín; the ambassador of Panama in Peru, Nicole Wolcovinsky, and the National Summit of the Americas coordinator, Max López.