CABEI Executive President meets with Vice President of the Republic of El Salvador


• The approach was made within the framework of Dr. Mossi's visit to the Central American country. He also held strategic discussions with the Minister of Finance, Alejandro Zelaya.

San Salvador, April 21th, 2023.- To address issues of interest to the country and follow up on important initiatives that have local and regional impact, the Executive President of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI), Dr. Dante Mossi, met with the Vice President of the Republic, Félix Ulloa, during his official visit to El Salvador.

One of the main topics was the progress of the Trifinium Region Master Plan, which arose from CABEI's collaboration through technical cooperation of US$635,355.00 to the Tri-national Trifinium Plan Commission (CTPT), made up of representatives of the Republics of Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala.

"As the most relevant multilateral Bank in Central America, our mission is to promote integration and balanced economic and social development in the region. That is why we work in a coordinated manner to support the actions of El Salvador and the rest of the countries in the execution of high-impact initiatives to improve the lives of their inhabitants. I would like to thank Vice President Félix Ulloa for this important opportunity," said the President, Dr. Dante Mossi.

Procuring the territorial development of the Trifinio Region has been very significant for CABEI due to the specific challenges it faces and which affect three of its member countries, as it is considered one of the regions most vulnerable to climate change. In addition to this, there are other challenges that must be overcome, such as food and nutritional insecurity and the desertification process.

In this way, CABEI continues to strengthen its ties with El Salvador, providing technical assistance and resources for the execution of projects that enable its sustainable economic, social and environmental development, which ultimately translates into greater well-being for Salvadorans.