The delegation, he said, will depart on November 9 and will be made up by Vice President Jorge Glas, officials of the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Foreign Trade, the diplomatic mission in Brussels and representatives of the export sector who have been invited.
The agreement will allow Ecuadorian products to have greater access to the European market, including the fishing supply, bananas, flowers, coffee, cocoa, fruits, and nuts. The treaty will also provide preferential treatment for the main EU exports, such as cars or alcoholic beverages.
In 2015 trade between Ecuador and Europe exceeded $ 4,000 million, making this block its second trading partner, accounting for 13.2% of its trade with the world. Ecuador is ranked 60 as a partner of the EU and accounts for 0.1% of its total trade.