Santo Domingo.- At this moment, the President of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader, and the President of the Portuguese Republic, Marcelo Rebelo De Sousa, are leading a meeting with the delegations of both countries in the Government Council Room of the National Palace.
In this meeting, they discuss migration, tourism, trade, digital and energy issues. It should be noted that Portugal has 60% renewable energy.
The meeting is held as part of the agenda for the official visit of the President of the Portuguese Republic to the country.
The delegation of the Dominican Republic is made up of Vice President Raquel Peña; the Minister of Foreign Relations, Roberto Álvarez; that of the Presidency, Joel Adrián Santos Echavarría; the Administrative of the Presidency, José Ignacio Paliza; of Industry, Commerce and Mipymes, Víctor-Ito-Bisonó; of Tourism, David Collado; of Higher Education, Science and Technology, Franklin García Fermín and of Energy and Mines, Antonio Almonte.
También, el viceministro de Política Exterior Bilateral, José Julio Gómez, y el de Agenda Digital del Ministerio de la Presidencia, José David Montilla; el director ejecutivo de Alianzas Público-Privadas, Sigmund Freund Mena; de ProDominicana, Biviana Riveiro; del Gabinete de Innovación y director general de la Oficina Gubernamental de Tecnología de la Información y la Comunicación, Bartolomé Pujals; de la Autoridad Portuaria Dominicana, Jean Luis Rodríguez, y el embajador extraordinario y plenipotenciario de la República Dominicana en la República Portuguesa, Miguel Ángel Prestol.
Meanwhile, the Portuguese delegation is confirmed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, João Gomes Cravinho; the ambassador special envoy, Manuel Cansado Carvalho; the head of the Civil House, Fernando Frutuoso de Melo; the diplomatic consultant, María Amelia Paiva; the military adviser to the President of the Republic, Lieutenant Colonel Anselmo Dias; the International Relations consultant to the President of the Republic, Mónica Lisboa; the consultant of the Civil House of the President of the Republic, Paula Almeida, and the deputy of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Margarita Matias.