The agenda that the president will keep on his trip to New York this weekend

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“The president will arrive in New York City through the John F. Kennedy International Airport and will be received by the Dominican consul in this city, Eligio Jáquez.”

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President Luis Abinader will arrive in New York City this Friday afternoon to participate in various events, such as the Manhattan Dominican Parade.

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The president will arrive in New York City through the John F. Kennedy International Airport and be received by the Dominican consul, Eligio Jáquez; the Dominican ambassador to the United States, Sonia Guzmán and Congressman Adriano Espaillat.

Meanwhile, at the hotel where he will stay, he will be received a commission from the Senior Management of the Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM). Then, at 8:00 pm, participate in a gala dinner at the Greentree Country Club.

Saturday 12

The next day, his agenda begins at 9:00 in the morning, participating in breakfast with the Sectionals and Consuls. Subsequently, he will lead the signing of the agreement for promulgating the Driver’s License Law, an activity coordinated by the State of New York Governor, Kathy Hochul.

At 11:10 in the morning, he will lead the act of handing over the keys for homes to Dominicans residing in the United States, which will take place at the Dominican consulate.

Later, the president will go to Inwood Hill Park for a meeting and photograph with the oldest Little Baseball League children in Manhattan.

Later, he will receive recognition from active and retired police officers in the Columbia University Alumni Hall. Similarly, he will hold a meeting with Northeastern elected officials in Bakersfield.

He will conclude his agenda on Saturday with the award ceremony for INDEX in the Columbia University Alumni Hall.

Sunday 13

On Sunday, the head of state will meet with the Hudson Restaurant community, coordinated by Congressman Adriano Espaillat.

At 1:00 in the afternoon, President Abinader will participate in the Dominican Parade in Manhattan, being the first Dominican president to participate in this activity, the most crucial activity carried out by the diaspora.

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