CABEI meets with authorities of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras in the framework of the execution of the Trifinio Region Master Plan
Tegucigalpa, April 27th, 2022.- As a follow-up to the delivery of the Trifinio Region Master Plan, representatives of the Republics of Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala that make up the Tri-national Trifinio Plan Commission held a meeting at the headquarters of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI).
During the meeting with the directors and CABEI's Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi, the Tri-national Trifinio Plan Commission presented the actions that can be carried out for the execution of the Master Plan, which is expected to generate opportunities that will contribute to improving the quality of life of almost one million inhabitants of the area.
As a result of CABEI's support in the design of the Master Plan, 7 projects were initially prioritized, which are expected to generate 2,070 direct jobs and 5,650 indirect jobs.
"We believe that this is a key moment in which we must take advantage of the uncertainty that has been generated around the region and the plan, so that countries can bring public and private investments to the area to generate impact and a cascade effect in the region," said CABEI Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi.
CABEI's participation responds to an integrationist mandate by contributing to the planning and strategic vision that will serve as a guide for interventions in the territory in the short, medium and long term with investment projects for development and with a focus on environmental sustainability to be implemented over the next 30 years in the 45 municipalities that make up the Trifinio region.
The meeting was attended by the Presidential Designate of Honduras, Doris Gutierrez, the Vice President of El Salvador, Felix Ulloa, the Private Secretary of the Vice President of Guatemala, Juan Jose Cabrera, the Trinational Executive Secretary, Cristian Acosta, the National Executive Directors of the Trifinio Plan for the three countries and the CABEI Board of Directors.