President Alberto Fernández will spend Monday in New York before traveling to Washington DC tomorrow, a day before his bilateral meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden in the White House.
Fernández traveled to New York after spending two days in Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic, where he attended the Iberoamerican Summit.
His agenda includes a meeting with Argentine academics living in the US at the local consulate, and a dinner at the Council of the Americas with investors.
Tomorrow he will travel to Washington DC, where he will be joined by Economy Minister Sergio Massa.
On Wednesday, he will hold a bilateral meeting with Biden in the White House. The time and agenda of the meeting have yet to be announced. It is not confirmed whether Sergio Massa will join the meeting.
“On March 29, following the conclusion of day one of the second Summit for Democracy, President Joe Biden will host President Alberto Fernández of Argentina for a bilateral meeting at the White House,” said a statement issued by the White House on Saturday.
“The leaders will celebrate 200 years of bilateral relations between the United States and Argentina and reiterate the strength of the U.S.-Argentina partnership.”