Anabel is in Turkey to share parliamentary experiences and promote Mendoza

The six-day work trip included a previous stop in Italy. There, Anabel participated in the Malbec Day, an event organized by CREA (Consiglio per la ricerca in agricoltura e l’analisi dell’economia agrarian) and the Argentine Embassy in Italy. In this activity, commercial and tourist promotion of the province was carried out.

Anabel’s agenda in Turkey

The senator’s work agenda in Turkey It will also include meetings of commercial interest. One with the Chamber of Turkish Travel Agencies -which is part of the Ministry of Tourism of Turkey- to discuss the varied tourism offer offered by Mendoza and encourage the possibilities of strengthening this sector.

And, on the other hand, a contact with authorities of the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce with whom he will carry out a protocol meeting on the exportable supply of Mendoza to introduce our products in new markets. Strategies will also be addressed to strengthen the relationship between businessmen from Mendoza and Turkey.

Turkey and Mendoza have very similar agro-industrial productions, since Both are great producers of grapes, olives, plums, apples, pears, walnuts, tomatoes and onions.. Therefore, the dialogue will focus more on the exchange of inputs and technologies and biotechnologies applied to production that can be contributed from the province to strengthen and promote exchange with the country.

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In the bottom row, on the right, Anabel Fernández Sagasti in the photo with parliamentarians from around the world.

The meeting with parliamentarians and international migration

Regarding the meeting of parliamentarians, the issue of international migration was discussed.

It was recalled at the meeting that in December 2018, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the PGlobal Act for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) and the Global Compact on Refugees (GCR).

Now, the world parliamentary conference in Turkey will offer an important opportunity for parliaments and their members to take stock of the state of implementation of the global compacts and of the old and new challenges that stand in the way of collective action, bilateral and strongest national.

The conference aims to compile a series of parliamentary best practices and identify other concrete steps that parliaments can take to promote stronger international cooperation and national implementation. It is open to all IPU member parliaments, observers and associate members.

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