Laurentino Cardiso of Panama, and Carlos Alvarado of Costa Rica are already in the city to attend a third meeting with Dominican envoy Louis Abinadar, within the framework of the Coalition for the Development of Democracy promoted by the three leaders.
Cardiso and Alvarado were welcomed at the Puerto Plata airport yesterday afternoon by official delegates led by the president’s executive minister, Jose Ignacio Balisa.
The two arrived on the same private plane from Panama, where they hosted a dinner with President Abinader and their respective delegates at the Gaza Colony Hotel in Playa Dorada.
Tomorrow they will have a personal breakfast from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm, followed by a work meeting with their foreign ministers.
Then, at 12:30 pm, they will receive reports from the business commissions of the three countries that have gathered for the ceremony. Will have lunch at the same hotel.
The signing of the joint declaration will take place at 3:45 pm and the official photo will be taken at 4:15 pm at La Pundila in Porto.
The first ladies of the Dominican Republic, Raguel Arbaje and Yasmin Cologne de Cortiso of Panama will visit the Comprehensive Early Childhood Care Center (CAIPI) this Saturday at 11:00 am, with the director of the National Institute of Comprehensive Early Childhood Care. (INAIPI) Betsida Santana.
Abinadar, Cardizo and Alvarado met in Panama on October 20 and issued a joint statement where they proposed emergency measures in support of Haiti to the international community.
Within the framework of the UN General Assembly, the three presidents met for the first time on September 22, along with other organizations such as the United Nations and the European Union, to find an immediate solution to the crisis in Haiti.