In the next few days, El Salvador will be inaugurating new embassies in Vietnam, Portugal, and Norway, as confirmed this Monday in a television interview by the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Adriana Mira.
“New embassies have been opened; last week our foreign minister inaugurated our embassy in Singapore, and in the next few days she will be inaugurating our embassies in Vietnam, Portugal, and Norway.” Adriana Mira, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
In the same way, the vice minister said that El Salvador seeks to diversify its foreign policy with the recent opening of the Embassy in Singapore and the soon-to-be inaugurated Embassy in Vietnam.
“That area of the globe was a bit neglected in terms of El Salvador’s foreign policy; today we want to diversify with this opening in Singapore and also in Vietnam,” added Mira.
In addition, Mira asserted that El Salvador seeks to strengthen foreign policy relations, since “in almost every corner of the world there are Salvadorans, and where there are Salvadorans, we have to cover.”
For her part, Adriana Mira explained that there are future projects to also open the Salvadoran Embassy in Kenya, Ethiopia, and South Africa.
“We have projects for more; we are currently considering opening an Embassy in Kenya, Ethiopia, and South Africa; of course, that goes through a series of processes we are working on, but yes, what we want is to further diversify our relationship with Africa,” Mira said in the television interview Frente a Frente.