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MADRID, 30 June (EFE). Spanish government President Pedro Sanchez will visit the United States and several Baltic countries in July, in which he will address both the analysis of bilateral relations and the promotion of trade. in Spain.

The visit to the United States is scheduled for July 20–24 and, according to Spanish government sources, informed Agnesia Efe, will include, in the absence of official confirmation, a series of events in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Will be

The main purpose of the visit is to promote trade and attract American investors, for which Sanchez will be accompanied by a delegation of Spanish businessmen.

In Sánchez’s recent international trips (including Argentina, Costa Rica, Angola and Senegal), it has become common for him to be accompanied by a group of representatives from Spanish companies.

The government believes that Spain has immense potential to attract American investment, so it is a visit to several US cities.

Among other reasons to attend UN General Assembly meetings, Sanchez has traveled to New York several times since the start of his term, and has also worked at various events in Los Angeles in September 2018.

But the first visits scheduled by the President of the Spanish government will be to Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania next week from 6 to 8 July.

Spain’s foreign minister, Arancha González Laya, has already visited these three Baltic countries in April and held several meetings with several of its officials, addressing European coordination in the fight against Covid, among other issues I went. -19.

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Relations with Russia and the situation in Belarus were also analyzed.

Two issues that will be on the agenda for Sanchez’s meetings during his visit next week.

Another axis of his agenda will be to reiterate Spain’s commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) mission to monitor and control the airspace of the three Baltic countries.

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