Guatemala City, by Brenda Larios -AGN- The Vice President, Karin Herrera, met with members of the G13 to discuss the current administration’s actions.
The vice president stated through her official X account, “We met with members of the G13 to talk over the prospects for the beginning of the mandate and strategic alliances with the international community.”
They also addressed the prospects for the beginning of the administration’s term in office and strategic alliances with the international community.
About the G13
The G13 Donors Group is a coordinating institution between countries and bilateral and multilateral agencies, comprised of the nine governments providing Guatemala with the most cooperation resources.
Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States, and the United Kingdom are among the countries represented.
Delegates from the Inter-American Development Bank, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund participated in this event. Other members of this meeting include the United Nations System, a delegation from the European Union, and the Organization of American States -OAS-.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carlos Ramiro Martinez, participated in the meeting.
Regarding prevention, the country has the support of the Japan International Cooperation Agency -JICA-.
The meeting took place two days after the Organization of American States -OAS- received the second report of its Secretary General, Luis Almagro, regarding the situation in the country.
The members of the G13 have expressed their support for the elected authorities and their support for the defense of democracy. Concerning President Arévalo, they expressed their willingness to work with the new authorities on cooperation matters and others related to their government plan.