President Abenader embraces the Dominican Republic in Madrid
The President of the Republic, Luis Abenader, took advantage of his stay in Spain to visit the Quatro Caminos sector on Tuesday, one of the most densely populated areas before. Dominicans in Madrid.
The president toured several streets in the aforementioned city and stopped at some shops, where he held talks and took pictures with groups of people who greeted him. He was also seen tasting sweets in a pastry shop, referring to a note from the presidency.
Activities such as hairdressing, jobs in beauty salons, food sales, freight agencies, mini markets, and nursing assistants are common in the sector visited. President Abenader.
During the tour, the Dominican President was accompanied by the Administrative Minister of the Presidency of the Republic, José Ignacio Baleza, and leaders of the Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM) from the branch in Spain.
Since last Monday, Abenader has been in Spain, “exhausting a dynamic agenda to celebrate the 42nd edition of the International Tourism Fair (FITUR), which will take place at the IFEMA fairgrounds in Madrid.
The memorandum notes that “the peculiarity of this event is that the Dominican Republic is the partner country and thus heralds the conclusion of important agreements in favor of Dominican tourism.”