SANTIAGO – Chilean President Sebastián Piñera will visit Argentina and Brazil at the end of this month, on the first international tour of his second term, Foreign Minister Roberto Ampuero has confirmed.
In conversation with a radio station in Santiago, Ampuero explained that President Piñera’s visit abroad will begin at the Summit of the Americas, which will take place on April 13 and 14, in Peru.
In Lima, Piñera will meet with the new Peruvian president Martín Vizcarra, who assumed the presidency after the resignation of Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.
A few days later, Piñera will travel to Argentina, to meet with his partner Mauricio Macri between April 25 and 26. Finally, the President will move to Brazil, where he will meet Michel Temer.
Piñera, who had already ruled Chile between 2010 and 2014, assumed his second term on March 11.