During the meeting, Vice Chancellor Mira presented the favorable business environment that El Salvador offers. She emphasized the advantages that position the country as an ideal destination for investment, with the aim of further bolstering trade relations between the two nations.
The two officials also discussed the presentation of strategic projects from El Salvador to Canadian companies. They agreed to deepen economic relations with Canada through strengthening ties with the Canadian government and the private sector.
Continuing her agenda in Canada, Vice Chancellor Adriana Mira signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will facilitate cooperation in research and capacity development between the Diplomatic Institute Dr. José Gustavo Guerrero and Carleton University.
Vice Chancellor Mira highlighted the significance of this partnership, stating, “We will be able to leverage the strong international recognition that Carleton possesses, especially in fields like journalism, public affairs, architecture, technology, and, of course, international relations.”
El Salvador has become the first Central American country to enter into a partnership with Carleton University, known for its focus on cooperation, capacity building, and academic collaboration. This initiative marks a significant step forward in strengthening the bonds of cooperation and friendship between El Salvador and Canada, paving the way for mutually beneficial advancements in various sectors.