The president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, will travel tomorrow to Italy and Spain to take part in the Iberoamerican Summit in which he will meet with the King of Spain, Juan Carlos, and Spanish President Mariano Rajoy to discuss bilateral relations.
The Summit will be held on Friday and Saturday in the city of Cadiz (Spain) and its objective will be analyzing growth policies and their impact on poverty reduction in the region.
In addition, Correa will present the Yachay project. This involves the development of a campus in the province of Imbabura, dedicated to research and technology companies.
Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño will accompany Correa during the trip, in which will also encounter their country migrants in the Italian city of Milan and the Spanish cities of Seville, Murcia, Barcelona and Madrid.
Ecuadorian immigrants are the most numerous Latin Americans in Spain, with 400,000 people, plus another 200,000 who have dual nationality. (MZ)