Juliana Avada personally took care of choosing gifts for the leaders coming to the G20, all of them from the "national industry".
On First the damWe wanted to personally choose the souvenirs that will be taken by the leaders who will attend the G20. The idea for Juliana Awada is that they discover more than our country, so all gifts will have an indigenous stamp on the national industry.
For men, there will be alpacas scarves created by the Association of Wreckers and Weavers of the Vikun "Belen, Kuna del Poncho" by Catamarca. Each scarf, handmade and woven in Creole loom, is 2 meters long and 60 centimeters wide.
As for women, both leaders and first ladies, they will receive a bracelet from the Argentine artist and jeweler Ignacio Barça to be ambassadors of silver from our country around the world. Among the souvenirs will be Vazalisa chocolates with the heart of a cushion, candles from Fuehgia in 1833 and bottles of wine from the wine cellar Eskorijuela Gaskon.
The gifts will be accompanied by a card signed by Mauricio Macri and Juliana Awada with the following text: "We are excited to be hosts in Buenos Aires and we are committed to making your stay and meeting unforgettable and constructive".
Also, Avada coordinated the menus so that there are no overlaps and there is an opportunity to discover all the tastes of our geography: from the spider to the northern huhita. And he chose the two destinations, Vila Ocampo and the Museum of Latin American Art in Buenos Aires, who will visit the companions during the summit.
Until the G20 Summit, the hospitals in the city are on a red alert