Cristina Kirchner welcomes the FGV's delegation and pays compliments to Argentine scholarship students during a hearing at the Casa Rosada

02 八月 2012

The President of Argentina, Cristina F. Kirchner, welcomed the FGV's international director, Bianor Cavalcanti, and the executive director of the FGV's Latin American Center of Administration and Public Policy, Marlos Lima, during a hearing at the Casa Rosada.

During the ceremony ? which took place on the last Thursday, July 26, at the Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires ? the President showed she was pleased to cooperate with FGV and paid compliments to the 40 scholarship students who will attend the 1st Specialization course in Science and Technology Innovation Management, to be jointly given by International Board (DINT), Institute for Educational Development (IDE), Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (EBAPE) from August forward.

We make a very important investment in science and technology empowerment. And making it happen along with FGV seems wonderful to us, since we are together with our main trade and political partner: Brazil, stated Cristina Kirchner.

The hearing was also attended by the Argentine Chief of the Cabinet, Juan Abal Medina, the Minister of Education, Alberto Sileoni, the Minister of Science and Technology, Lino Barañao, the manager of the Southern Cone Country Department of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), José Luis Lupo Flores, and the Brazilian Ambassador to Argentina, Enio Cordeiro.

The event's official notification is on the Presidency of the Republic of Argentina's website.


Watch the video of the statement.


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