In the midst of his hectic schedule this Thursday, the president Maurizio Macri met Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, during the event developed by the Working Group of the KCK Women's leaders in business, which unites women entrepreneurs from G20 member countries.
From this meeting "full of love" According to the witnesses, the first lady Giuliana Awada and the Presidency Secretary General Fernando de Andreas also participated.
Talk about Maxima with Makri and Awada in the CCC. Presidential photography
Previously, the queen was with the Minister of Finance, Nicholas Duovny, at the headquarters of the economic portfolio, as well as with the chairman of the Central Bank, Guido Sandleris, sent the Telam agency.
At both meetings, the progress achieved with regard to financial inclusion by the Maqri administration was reviewed.
Maxima Zorreueueta arrived in the country for the G20 in his role as Special Adviser to the United Nations Secretary-General on Financial Inclusion Development and Honorary President of the Global Alliance for Financial Inclusion (GPFI).
The Queen of the Netherlands, with a degree in economics working in financial institutions in New York and Brussels, is circuit of microcredit.
Guido Sandleris and Veronica Rapoport, chairman and vice president of the Central Bank, along with Maxima.
"Microfinance is anti-poverty representative ", is usually repeated. These are small-scale loans for productive, commercial or service enterprises that are processed outside the private commercial sector, in state institutions, cooperatives or non-governmental organizations: they are aimed at customers who do not meet the conditions for access to traditional bank loans. In the CCC, his speech was spoken economic empowerment of women.
Maxima is in Argentina since Wednesday morning. That day he participated in dinner with former classmates from his high school, the northern part of Olivos, 30 years of graduates.
I will stay in the country until Saturday. It is the first visit since the death of his sister, Ines Zorregueuta.