Santo Domingo, Nov 8 (EFE) .- The president of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (FIDA), the Togolese Gilbert Houngbo, will visit the Dominican Republic from November 9 to 11. to meet with the country's president, Danilo Medina, and several officials, an official source said today.
The head of the General Directorate of Multilateral Cooperation (Digecoom), Antonio Vargas Hernández; to be interviewed on Friday with Medina.
Later, he will offer a press conference at the headquarters of the National Presidency, Digecoom said in a statement.
The agenda also includes meetings with the Ministers of Economy, Planning and Development, Isidoro Santana; Senate, Reinaldo Pared Pérez.
On Friday, he will also meet with the executive president of the Dominican Agribusiness Board (JAD), Osmar Benítez, and other directors of that entity, According to the information.
By Saturday, Houngbo plans to visit an agricultural cooperative in Haras Nacionales, in the north of Santo Domingo, and meet with representatives of the Federation of Peasant Women of the Province of Monte Plata to learn about agricultural projects financed with IFAD resources.