Guatemala’s President Alvaro Colom, delayed his two days trip to Quito and finally decided to come to Ecuador from early Thursday, said a spokesman for the Guatemalan presidency.
During his visit, which will end on Friday, Colom will sign with his Ecuadorian counterpart, RafaelCorrea, a partial economic complementation agreement in April between the two countries.
That agreement includes a gradually deduction of 700 assessments in order to increase trade.
It also focuses on political issues, immigration and consular officials, and discuss issues of cooperation, economic and trade, the Foreign Ministry reported.
Colom will be declared a distinguished guest, will receive the “Key to the City” in the Municipality of Quito, and participate in the inauguration of the Republic of GuatemalaPlaza, north of Quito.
Source: Daily El Universo