TICO President concludes his participation in the Davos Forum

According to the agenda distributed by the presidential palace, Chavez will be with other Latin American leaders to analyze the state of the region and its prospects for economic recovery and revitalization, as well as in a panel discussion on the Anti-Corruption Association.

This Tuesday, on his first day in Davos, TICO President spoke with FIFA President Gianni Infantino about the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, which will be held in the Central American country.

Chavez expressed during the occasion the enthusiasm of Costa Rica to organize this event in August.

We are happy, we want to work with FIFA, not only in this World Cup, let’s explore turning Costa Rica into a regional base that combines education, sports and the values ​​found in competitive and clean football, as well as global competitiveness,” the head of state said.

For his part, Infantino confirmed that the world will unite in Costa Rica after the Covid-19 pandemic with the U-20 Women’s World Cup, which will have a global impact, with teams from all continents, with these professional players. In many of the biggest tournaments in the world.

The FIFA President emphasized that “Costa Rica is a wonderful country, we will celebrate the unity and that the world is symbolically gathering for a great future for FIFA, Costa Rica, football and all those who love football like all Costa Ricans.” .

During this first day, Chavez also spoke with his Colombian counterpart, Ivan Duque, about joint projects that have allowed for closer relations between the two countries.

Duque noted – according to the Presidential House – that this forum constitutes a space in which Costa Rica is highly regarded, not only for its environmental policies, but also for its policies on sustainability and clean mobility.

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The Presidential House stated that the agenda was completed with meetings with senior global representatives of nine companies with large investments in the country and five other companies seeking to attract them.

Also, with the Director-General of the World Trade Organization, Okonjo-Iwela, representatives of the International Monetary Fund and the head of B20, Shinta Widjaga Kamdani.

Chávez also participated in the Presidential Commission for Latin America, along with Duque and the leaders of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abenader, and the Vice President of Peru, Dina Arcilla Bullwart.

In this regard, the Presidential House noted that the Costa Rican president “made a list of the challenges he faces as president to move the country forward, in addition to the importance of creating more and better sources of employment for Costa Rica.”

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