The President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez, arrived in New York on Monday to participate in the opening of the new meeting period United Nations Assembly and in another series of activities organized within the framework of this event.
The first task on his agenda will be a meeting that day with the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Anthony Guterres, which according to Spanish sources identify various global challenges and the need to act multilaterally to address them.
The consequences of the war in Ukraineincluding and in particular the food security crisis, as well as access to financing under favorable conditions for vulnerable countries and various issues related to the operations of the United Nations will also be at that meeting.
Sánchez will move to Guterres in Spain wants to continue to play a key role in finding solutions to global problems, an idea that will be present in other episodes that will play throughout the week.
In the coming days, he will hold a series of meetings with heads of state and government, and they are already closed with meetings with Costa Rica, Chile, Bolivia, Niger, Pakistan, Iraq, the Palestinian Authority or the United Kingdom.
It will be the first time he meets the new British Prime Minister, Liz Trussafter he replaced Boris Johnson, an occasion for the two heads of government to meet, according to Spanish sources, who emphasize that Britain is a fundamental partner of Spain and that many issues are under discussion in the bilateral relationship.
Sánchez will also attend the usual reception hosted by the President of the United States, Joe Bidento leaders present in New York.
One of the main events on your schedule will be a summit on food safety who will co-chair on Tuesday with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken; the President of the Council of Leaders, Charles Michel, and the President of Senegal and the African Union, Macky Sall.
The economic section will also have a leading role on the agenda, and among the planned events is a meeting with representatives of investment funds.
Before them, it will ensure that Spain has solid economic foundations to face the crisis.