President Alberto Fernández will receive Gabriel Boric on Monday as part of the Chilean president’s first official trip, after which the two will hold a bilateral meeting alone in the presidential office.
Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero received the President of Chile, Gabriel Boric, at the Ezeiza International Airport.
In his first state visit, the Chilean president will develop an intense bilateral agenda in Argentina, accompanied by Chilean officials and businessmen. pic.twitter.com/ok0P8jg5zK
– Argentine Foreign Ministry 🇦🇷 (@CancilleriaARG) April 3, 2022
On his arrival at the esplanade of Casa Rosada scheduled for 10, Boric will be received by a cordon of honor and will then participate together with Fernández in the traditional official photo on the French Staircase. Both leaders will hold the aforementioned bilateral meeting, while later there will be a meeting of both delegations in the Eva Perón room in which the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, Santiago Cafiero, will participate for Argentina; Defense, Jorge Taiana; Economy, Martin Guzman; Culture, Tristan Bauer; and the Minister of Women, Gender and Diversity, Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta.
The Secretaries of Strategic Affairs, Gustavo Beliz; Human Rights, Horacio Pietragalla Corti; Energy, Darío Martínez; and the ambassador to Chile, Rafael Bielsa. The ministers of both countries will carry out an exchange on joint news, which the presidents will join once the bilateral meeting is over.
At the end of this activity, Fernández and Boric will sign a series of agreements in the Bicentennial Museum, in the first place, they will put their signature on a memorandum of understanding on Foreign Relations, International Trade and Worship.
Likewise, a letter of intent will be signed on cultural agreements, as well as a memorandum of understanding for the cooperation of consular and migratory matters.
The schedule of Boric’s visit to the country will continue at 3:00 p.m. in the National Congress, where he will be received by the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Massa, and the Provisional President of the Senate, Claudia Ledesma Abdala.
Leaving for our first State Trip to Argentina. pic.twitter.com/eRx7Sp1qSo
— Gabriel Boric Font (@gabrielboric) April 3, 2022