Pablo Casado will travel next week to Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Chile

The president of the PP, Pablo Casado (Europa Press) (Eduardo Parra – Europa Press /)

The president of the PP, Pablo Casado, will travel next week to Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Chile, where they will hold meetings with their leaders, representatives of civil society and leaders of the Spanish community. In this way, it resumes its Ibero-American agenda, as reported by the PP.

The agenda of the president of the Popular Party will start on Tuesday, December 7, in Argentina, and will take you to Uruguay and Paraguay, concluding in Chile on Friday, 10 from December. In each country, Casado will meet with the main political leaders.

In this sense, he will hold meetings with the Head of Government of the City of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta; the President of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, Luis Lacalle; the president of Paraguay, Mario Abdo Benítez; and the president of Chile, Sebastián Piñera.

Likewise, Casado will meet these days with representatives of the Spanish community and will hold meetings with businessmen and the media.

Three days after returning from Greece and Cyprus, where the PP leader was received by the Hellenic prime minister and the Cypriot president, Casado wants to continue with his foreign agenda by strengthening ties with the main countries of the American Southern Cone.

Thus he returns to Latin America after attending in the past the inauguration of the president of Colombia, Iván Duque, or that of Guillermo Lasso in Ecuador.

Also, the popular leader In recent weeks, he has received leaders from Peru, Brazil, the Dominican Republic or Chile in Madrid, and in different party events he has coincided with former presidents Tuto Quiroga, from Bolivia; Mauricio Macri, from Argentina; Felipe Calderón, from Mexico; or Andrés Pastrana, from Colombia.

The Venezuelan opposition leader, Leopoldo López (i) meets with the leader of the Popular Party, Pablo Casado (d) this Friday in Madrid.  EFE / Popular Party / David Mudarra
The Venezuelan opposition leader, Leopoldo López (i) meets with the leader of the Popular Party, Pablo Casado (d) this Friday in Madrid. EFE / Popular Party / David Mudarra (David Mudarra /)

As reported by the PP, Casado has always considered Latin America as a “key piece” for Spanish foreign policy, “Supporting their democracies and letting clear his rejection of totalitarian regimes that violate fundamental freedoms ”.

Married, in fact, is one of the strongest voices against the Venezuelan dictatorship. Days ago, he publicly crossed the former Prime Minister Spanish José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero and accused him of protect the Nicolás Maduro regime.

The leader of the PP, with the Cuban playwright Yunior García, one of the main promoters of the marches against the Government of Cuba
The leader of the PP, with the Cuban playwright Yunior García, one of the main promoters of the marches against the Government of Cuba (DIEGO CRESPO (PP) /)

“He has committed thousands of murders, thousands of tortures, thousands of rapes in prisons, which has generated 3 million exodus, and it turns out that the former president of Spain, who is cheered on in the socialist Congress, is going to take refuge in a dictatorship in Venezuela “, She complained.

Married, to the Nicaraguan writer Sergio Ramírez, persecuted by the Ortega regime
Married, to the Nicaraguan writer Sergio Ramírez, persecuted by the Ortega regime (TWITTER PABLO CASADO /)

From Spain, Casad has participated in numerous mobilizations for freedom in Cuba and Venezuela and has also received activists and political leaders in his office, such as the Venezuelan Leopoldo López.

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