The president Lenin Moreno left Quito on Saturday 22 September 2018 in the late afternoon New York, where he plans to participate in the 73rd period of sessions of the General Assembly of the UN, informed official sources.
the leader will keep different in that American city bilateral meetings for traveling on Friday to the city Boston, where he will continue his diary official of activities.
On his first day in New York, the Ecuadorian president will give a speech during the so-called peace conference Nelson Mandela and then hold a bilateral meeting with the President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, according to the official agenda issued by the National secretariat of communication.
On Monday, he will also participate in a reception offered by the US President, Donald Trump, on the occasion of the 73rd General Assembly of the UN.
The next day, Moreno participates in the welcome ceremony that leads the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres and the later ones inauguration of the debate of the session of the General Assembly.
The president of Ecuador will be the third head of state to speak about the world conclave from New York, after his colleague's in Brazil and United Statesand on this occasion he has the former Ecuadorian chancellor María Fernanda Espinosa from the chairman of the plenary session.
Later he will have a meeting with the President of Colombia, Ivan dukeI find the one who will come across another with those in Peru, Martín Vizcarra and in the afternoon he will meet Guterres.
On Wednesday in New York, the Ecuadorian president will give a speech in the Bloomberg Global-Business Forum conference, economic and commercial event attended by 50 heads of state and 250 business leaders world.
That same day he will have a meeting with the President of the World Bank, Jim Yong Kimaccording to the official program.
On Thursday, the details of his activities have not yet been released, but Friday Moreno returns to his official agenda in the American city Boston, where you plan to visit it campus and the library of the Harvard University and give a lecture in the Forum of the School of Government of that prestigious academic center.