The Ecuadorian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility, María Fernanda Espinosa, announced on Sunday, March 11, that Ecuador and Chile undertook the commitment to continue advancing in their economic and trade relations, as well as in social issues and in regional integration.
It is the balance after the “very fruitful” meeting between President Lenin Moreno and Chile’s newly inaugurated head of state, Sebastián Piñera, during the trip that the Ecuadorian leader made to assist along with the foreign minister to the transmission of presidential command, she said. The Ministry through a statement posted on their Twitter account. The minister stressed that in “the first conversation, extensive and very productive,” with President Piñera was “an assessment of the bilateral agenda and made some commitments to advance trade and economic relations,” the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
In addition, progress was made in the exchange of good experiences in maternal and child health or education, among others, and there was also talk of electrical interconnection, as well as “how to have harmony and a balance of energy sovereignty in the region,” she added. (I)