CABEI inaugurates office in Buenos Aires to strengthen ties between Argentina and Central America

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The CABEI office is located on the eighth floor of the IRSA Tower in the Retiro neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

Buenos Aires, October 31st, 2022.- With the objective of fostering alliances and strengthening the cooperative relationship between Central America and the Common Market of the South (MERCOSUR) of the American continent, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) inaugurated this Monday its Representative Office in Argentina, its extra-regional member since 1995.

"We are very pleased with the opening of our headquarters in Argentina. Having a physical presence in this partner country is of utmost importance to us, as it will allow us to continue working on programs and projects that promote the sustainable development of both regions," said CABEI Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi.

For his part, the director of the Republic of Argentina before CABEI, Felipe Solá, indicated "In our first meeting in the new offices in Buenos Aires, our country receives with joy and gratitude the unanimous approval of the Board of Directors for the projects discussed."

With this action of great importance, the most important multilateral for the countries of the Central American Integration System (SICA), extends its reach in Asia, Europe and South America, constituting fundamental support to improve the quality of life in the region.

CABEI is currently headquartered in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, and has an office in each of the seven countries of the SICA region. In 2021 it opened an office in Taipei, and in 2022 it opened an office in Seoul, as well as in Buenos Aires, and will soon open an office in Madrid, allowing it to strengthen its relations with these markets.

The inauguration ceremony was attended by the First Lady of the Republic of Argentina, Mrs. Fabiola Yáñez, the International Economic and Financial Affairs Secretary, Mr. Marco Lavagna, the Director of Argentina at CABEI, Felipe Solá, members of the diplomatic body, representatives of international