Andorra submitted its candidacy to host the XXVII Summit of Heads of Latin American States in 2020. The proposal was made by the Andorran Ambassador to Spain Jaume Gaytan on Friday, 28th October, before the meeting of Heads of Latin American countries at the summit, which was held in Colombia, in the …More
The Secretary-General of the Conference of Ministers of Justice of Latin America (Conferencia de Ministros de Justicia de los Países Iberoamericanos, COMJIB) Arkel Benítez arrived in Andorra to discuss the prospects of international cooperation in the judicial sphere.
During the visit he met with the Minister of internal affairs of Andorra Xavier Espot. …More
The Head of Government of Andorra Antoni Martí met the head of the Ibero-American General Secretariat Rebeca Grynspan at the UN headquarters to discuss the role of Andorra in the Latin American community. The meeting was held in the framework of the preparations for the XXV Latin American Summit, which will …More
The minister of Education of Andorra Eric Jover, in the framework of the XXV Conference of ministers of Education of Ibero-American countries (Conferencia Iberoamericana de Ministros de Educación), has signed an agreement allowing students, professors and researchers to be involved in an exchange programme with the universities of the Ibero-American countries.
The document was also signed …More
The Minister of culture of Andorra Olga Gelabert takes part in the XXV Latin American summit of Ministers of culture in Cartagena d’Índies (Colòmbia). The main theme of the summit – “Youth, entrepreneurship and education”.
Olga Gelabert, accompanied by the Ambassador of Andorra in Spain Jaume Gaytan, participates in various seminars devoted to …More
The capital of Andorra Andorra la Vella will be granted the status Latin American Capital of Culture in 2016. This decision was unanimously taken on Friday, September 26, 2014 in the course of 16th plenary assembly of the Union of South American Nations.
This year the status was given to the capital of Costa-Rica — San-Jose, …More