The president of Honduras, Xiomara Castro, will travel to Colombia to participate on Sunday in the investiture ceremony of president-elect Gustavo Petro, official sources confirmed.
This was reported by the presidential adviser and former Honduran president, Manuel Zelaya, according to a publication on networks by the Press Secretary of that country.
This will be the Honduran president's first trip outside her country since she took office in January, and she will be accompanied by the Secretary of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Enrique Reina.
President Xiomara Castro will participate in the inauguration of the elected president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, as an unequivocal sign of the brotherhood and good relations that will be deepened between both peoples”, Foreign Minister Reina said a few days ago. refers Prensa Latina.
At the inauguration of Petro, the first president who will represent the progressive and leftist forces in Colombia, the presidents of Chile, Peru, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, Bolivia, Paraguay and Panama, as well as King Felipe VI of Spain, confirmed their attendance.
A delegation from the United States was also announced, headed by the administrator of the United States Agency for International Development, Samantha Power, who will travel to Bogotá together with Joe Biden's senior adviser for Latin America, Juan González, among other officials.