Varela jetsetting again, meets with UK Prime Minister May

International Relations

At 10 Downing Street, in the city of London, the Panamanian President, Juan Carlos Varela , met Monday May 14 with the British Prime Minister, Theresa May .

May and Varela will discuss different topics to strengthen British and Panamanian relations, including the one related to the Panamanian commitment to fiscal transparency.

Prior to the meeting with the Prime Minister, Varela met with the Treasury Minister of the United Kingdom, Philip Hammond.

According to the president, Hammond acknowledged the commitment of the Republic of Panama in matters of fiscal transparency.

“We agree on the importance of continuing the fight against money laundering and organized crime,” said Varela through his Twitter account.

The Panamanian president before the meeting met in Cambridge with the Panamanian students of the Panama Bilingüe program.

———-
READ MORE:https://www.prensa.com/politica/Varela-ministra-britanica-Theresa-May_0_5030496910.html

No Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Politics
Zulay claims dirty pool as she feels she is being targeted.

Deputy Zulay Rodríguez assured that the leadership of the ruling Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD) and the government would be aligned “against him” to supposedly stop his aspirations to run for the Presidency of the Republic. This was stated this Monday in the “Cover” of La Estrella de Panamá by the …

Politics
Nito post a new Chancellors of Foreign Affairs

The President of the Republic of Panama, Laurentino Cortizo, made official the appointments of Vladimir A. Franco Sousa, as the new Vice Chancellor of Foreign Relations and Yill del Carmen Otero, as the new Vice Minister of Multilateral Affairs and International Cooperation. The latter comes to the position to replace …

Immigration
US Ambassador plans to deal with immigration. Homeless and incoming migrants huge threat to tourism.

Mari Carmen Aponte, the new United States ambassador to Panama, arrived yesterday in the capital to fill a diplomatic vacuum that had persisted for four years, since the departure of her predecessor John Feeley (2018). “After a long wait, I am finally in Panama,” the diplomat said at the airport. A …