Trilateral Meeting of the Presidents of the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica and Panama

Santo Domingo: Presidents of the Dominican Republic Luis Abenader. From Panama, Laurentino Cortizo and from Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado, debate today at the tripartite meeting of members of the Alliance for Development in Democracy (ADD).

This Saturday in Puerto Plata, the homonymous province, the meeting place, the leaders will hold a special breakfast meeting and later meet their foreign ministers.

Likewise, they will conclude the session with a report on business and economic matters from businessmen.

This afternoon, a joint statement will be signed, the official photo will be taken, and the presidents, accompanied by foreign ministers, will make statements to the press.

The leaders of Costa Rica and Panama plan to return to their countries starting at 5:30 pm local time.

The ADD of Costa Rica, Panama and the Dominican Republic was created by the heads of state of those countries on September 22 within the framework of the United Nations General Assembly.

It seeks to address areas of common interest and priority for the foreign policy of its constituent countries, including sustainable development, the environment, trade, migration and security.

Likewise, it seeks to strengthen actions in favor of effective healthcare, and seeks to direct international cooperation to the region.

The day before, the President of the Dominican State held a dinner in honor of the visitors, which was also attended by representatives of the business sector.

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