Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security of the United States begins a visit to Panama
During his visit, Vice Chancellor Singh will meet with government officials, businessmen and members of civil society
The Deputy Secretary of National Security for International Economy of the United States, Dalip Singh, began his assignment in Panama.
During his visit, Vice Chancellor Singh will meet with government officials, business leaders and members of civil society to better understand infrastructure needs, as part of the “Rebuilding a Better World” initiative.
Biden’s advisor is visiting Panama on Wednesday and Thursday, where he will meet with Environment Minister Melquides Concepción; Private Investment, Jose Rojas; And that of Public Works Raphael Sapong. Also with the authorities responsible for the Panama Canal, and with business.
The United States’ future plan is expected to mobilize private capital to drive projects in four areas: climate, health security, digital technology, and gender equality.
Singh began a tour of Colombia, Ecuador and Panama on Monday to begin crafting a grand infrastructure plan with which the United States wants to counter China’s advance, according to EFE.
The goal of his tour is to hear ideas for designing the infrastructure project that Biden wants to launch as an alternative to the Chinese “One Belt, One Road,” a senior US official explained in a conference call with a small group of media. , including EFE.
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