NEW YORK, NY – (Marketwire – May 21, 2012) - The Ambassador of Ecuador in the U.S., Nathalie Cely , reveal new health insurance plans, scholarships and other educational programs for Ecuadorians living in the U.S. during the press conference to be held in the city of New York on Thursday, May 24 at 10:30 am, on board the Ship Guayas , the flagship of the Ecuadorian Navy, the Intrepid Pier (Pier 86), 700 West 46th Street in Hudson River New York.
Cely Ambassador also address:
- Agreement Immigrant Labour Protection, designed to protect the rights of Ecuadorian immigrant workers, safety in the workplace and guarantees of fair wages,
- a pilot program of technical training for young Ecuadorians in the northeastern U.S.,
- Ecuadorian tourism, including recognition of Ecuador as one of the best travel destinations and retirement
- socioeconomic progress of Ecuador related to business and investment opportunities for Americans, and,
- the need to renew the Andean Trade Promotion and Drug Eradication Act (ATPDEA, an acronym in English), so the Ecuadorian roses can continue to be imported duty free into the United States.
In addition to these issues urgently, Ambassador Cely and Amilcar Villavicencio, Commander of the , detailing the involvement of the ship as one of the top 17 vessels and 10 warships in the event OpSail 2012 , organized by the U.S. Navy to commemorate the composition of the U.S. National Anthem,” The Star-Spangled Banner ” and the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
Following the press conference will be held the victory of May 24, 1822 in Ecuador at the Battle of Pichincha, which secured its independence from Spain.
media representatives planning to attend should meet email@example.com and remove the credentials with the ship on May 24 at 10:15 am
Nathalie Cely, who assumed the post of Ambassador of Ecuador in United States on January 18, 2012, was Coordinating Minister of Production, Employment and Competitiveness May 2009 to November 2011 and was Minister of Social Development Coordinator March Ecuador 2007 to April 2009. Previously, the economist, who earned a Master of Public Administration (MPA) at Harvard, was president of Educate, a foundation to improve education and Stratega, a foundation that promotes the sustainable development of small business.
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