The Assistant Secretary General met with Foreign Minister Eladio Loizaga, with whom he discussed the substantive issues that will be debated during the event.
They also gave their points of views on the pending challenges for the region and what areas need to be improved in the future.
They also discussed the Consumer Safety and Health Network and support and solidarity with Haiti, among other issues.
It is very "heartening to see young people participating in this kind of exercise which seeks to develop important political negotiation skills," she said.
The Secretary General said the donation confirms the commitment of the country "to further strengthening cooperation for the benefit of the citizens of the Americas."
He expressed his "deep sorrow" and called Márquez a "primordial figure of the most prolific and brilliant generation of authors our continent has seen."
The two discussed the next OAS General Assembly, whose theme is "Development with social inclusion," which will take place from June 3 to 5 in Asuncion, Paraguay.
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