President Luis Lacalle Pou is finalizing the details of his trips to Chiliwhere he will participate in the commemorative events for the 50 years of the coup d’étatand later France.
This Sunday, at 6:30 p.m., the President of the Republic will fly to the Southern Cone country accompanied by the Minister of External relationships (MRREE), Francisco Bustilloto be part of the September 11 memorial events.
Lacalle Pou He will take part along with other leaders and former leaders of both countries in the main event held at the Palacio de la Moneda, which will be led by his counterpart, the Chilean president. Gabriel Boric.
During the memorial events, authorities from all Chilean ministries will read aloud the names of the officials who disappeared or were executed during the last military dictatorship in that country, which was headed by the former dictator, Augusto Pinochet. After this, the Chilean government will sign a commitment agreement for democracy.
Lacalle Pou will meet with Macron and witness the debut of Los Teros in France
After passing through Chile, Lacalle Pou will meet in Paris with his counterpart from France, Emmanuel Macronto hold a bilateral meeting and discuss the bilateral relationship between both nations.
It is expected that at the meeting the leaders will chat about the long-standing agreement between the Mercosur and the European Union (EU), about which the European has some objections due to the conditions of agroindustrial production, as well as issues related to environmental protection.
This will be a new meeting between the leaders, after the one they already had during the summit Celac-EUwhich was described by the Uruguayan head of state as a “frank and very direct” meeting.
As it turned out, one of the key aspects to make this appointment was an exchange of words between the two about the Rugby World Cup 2023which began last Friday, September 8 in France.
Lacalle Pou and Macron They would have talked about sports, and the French president suggested they watch together the debut match between the Uruguayan rugby team (The Teros) and the local team, next Thursday, September 14.