He noted that “Argentina today is taking a big step, investing in science and technology, and we see the investments that are made within the framework of a federation, today is a holiday.”
In turn, CAF CEO, Sergio Diaz Granados, confirmed that the work will be a “model” that they will replicate together in the next five years in other countries in the region to strengthen university campuses and train human capital. and competitiveness.
“How good it is to be here knowing that we have put a grain of sand to promote research and innovation at the service of Argentina and Latin America and the Caribbean in general on strategic issues such as climate change, productivity and development”, handle.
Along the same lines, the CAF President stated: “I want to highlight the contribution that Argentina has made to CAF in the past 15 years by becoming a full member, and advantages like these in UBA with which we have been able to materialize for the benefit of the population and in sectors such as water and transportation and energy.”
Also present was the Governor of the Province of Buenos Aires, Axel KiselovHe said he was “very excited”. “This started in Cristina’s government and is now ending in Alberto’s,” he said.
“I know this building and we have seen a lot of models. It was a beautiful but very expensive project. We asked CAF for help and today we see that it is more beautiful and inspiring than we expected. This building will be a symbol of science and development.”
Today, President Alberto Fernandez, President of the African Development Bank – CAF for Latin America, is scheduled to have a working lunch with Sergio Diaz Granados.
The meeting will take place at 1:30 pm and will be part of the signing of credit agreements for the country worth 2,670 million dollars.
“Future teen idol. Hardcore twitter trailblazer. Infuriatingly humble travel evangelist.”