Foreign Minister Ampuero participates in the Council of Ministers of Alianza del Pacífico and meets with representatives of Ecuador
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Roberto Ampuero, will participate today in the meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Pacific Alliance, which takes place in the Mexican city of Puerto Vallarta. This meeting is preparatory to the XIII Presidential Summit of the Pacific Alliance, which will take place tomorrow with the presence of the President of the Republic, Sebastián Piñera, and his peers from Colombia, Mexico and Peru, countries that together with Chile are part of this regional integration bloc.
At today's meeting, the Foreign Ministers will work on the Puerto Vallarta Declaration, a document that will be signed tomorrow by the Presidents and that includes reflections on international challenges, the work carried out during the last year and new technical mandates.
In addition, Foreign Minister Ampuero will participate today in a meeting of the Council of Ministers with the Minister of Foreign Trade of Ecuador, Pablo Campana, and with the Minister of Economy and Finance of that country, Richard Martinez. It should be noted that on July 4 the country expressed its interest in becoming an Associated State of the Pacific Alliance.
Today there will also be a ministerial meeting of the Pacific Alliance with its Observer States, which will be developed through three working groups that will bring together, respectively, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Finance.
The day will culminate with the closing of the V Business Summit of the Pacific Alliance, which Chancellor Ampuero will attend accompanied by the President of the Republic Sebastián Piñera.