The president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, will maintain this Wednesday afternoon a meeting with the former president of the United States Barack Obama, in Seville, according to sources confirmed by the Executive. Both will coincide in the Andalusian capital to attend the summit of the international tourism agency World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).
As reported by Moncloa, the meeting between the two will last about twenty minutes and will take place in the Palace of Congress and Exhibitions II, where the congress on tourism is held. According to the same sources, "both progressive leaders" will exchange views on issues of common interest, such as the fight against climate change, immigration or Latin America.
Sanchez will use to exchange ideas with Obama on the great global challenges
Other government sources have confirmed that it has been Sanchez the one who has asked to see himself with Obama. They have also stated that the president of the Spanish Government always sees what he can with national and foreign figures who can make contributions to the management of global challenges such as climate change or migration, and Obama It is one of them.
Sanchez and Obama were already in Madrid on July 6, taking advantage of the visit of the former US president. to the Spanish capital to participate in a summit on technological innovation and circular economy.