He suggested that during this trip the leaders “increase the capacity” to overcome political differences.
HOLY SUNDAY – The Dominican President, Luis Abinader, stated that this Friday humanity is going through a “crucial moment”, which makes it more necessary than ever to seek “a possible utopia” and to continue with it towards soft and environmentally friendly lands. in his speech to the 28th Ibero-American Supreme Court hosted by the country.
“We present common challenges that require collective responses, a commitment to the people and force growth to exceed the limits of rhetoric,” said the president in front of many of his Latin American counterparts, as well as the King of Spain, Felipe VI. and the President of Lusitania, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.
Abinader considered that the country has a “long way to go” and was empowered to “develop the capacity” of leaders in this journey to overcome political differences and “sincere and friendly” dialogue.
The Caribbean president condemned the “extremist prayers” and called to strengthen the freedom of “succatisms” and to improve the quality of life of his people by progressive betting.
For this he considered it necessary to offer concrete results to the people of Latin America.
“We are a united community, not only because of languages, history or geography (…) there are more ties that unite us than those that separate us,” Abinader said.
“Divine Providence has placed the Dominicans at the center of the continental link between Europe and the New World,” said the Dominican President.
The Honduran President, Xiomara Castro, the Uruguayan Luis Lacalle Pou, the Chilean Gabriel Boric, the Ecuadorian Guillermo Lasso, the Paraguayan Mario Abdo Benítez, the Cuban Miguel Díaz-Canel, the Argentine Alberto Fernández and the Bolivian Luis Luis participated in the inauguration ceremony. Acer
Likewise, the Governor of Puerto Rico, Pedro Pierluisi and the Secretary General of the United States Organization (OAS), Luis Almagro.
The president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, is expected to arrive in Santo Domingo this Friday night.