Belt will receive to Secretary general outgoing of Unasur

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Ernesto Samper was featured by them present in its delivery of management in the Unasur, due to his work and leadership in the community international. | Photo: EFE

He President Ecuadorian Rafael belt will receive to Ernesto Samper, outgoing Secretary general of the Union of Nations South American (Unasur) this Wednesday in the Salon Protocol of the Palace of Carondelet, according to informed the Secretariat of communications of Ecuador.
 

Share the agenda that will meet today the President @MashiRafael in #Pichincha. pic.twitter.com/n1peGzYMbm – communication Ecuador (@ComunicacionEc) February 1, 2017 Samper served in Unasur until January 31 this year, where he served as general Secretary from August 2014.
The former Secretary of Unasur gave the balance of his administration more than two years before foreign ministers of Ecuador, Guillaume Long; Colombia, María Angela Holguín; Argentina, Susana Malcorra; Bolivia, Fernando Huanacuni, and Venezuela, Delcy Rodriguez, five of the 12 countries of the bloc.
> “Our people never allow the past to return” also attended the accountability ambassadors of Latin American States accredited in Quito and other special guests, who then participated in a special meeting of Foreign Ministers of Unasur.
The work and leadership of Ernesto Samper in Unasur was highlighted by the present, due to the widespread recognition in the international community. Samper said he will return to Colombia where will fulfill new functions linked to the process of peace in that country.

ECUADOR THANKS! pic.twitter.com/473Ej7ZZJA – Ernesto Samper P. (@ernestosamperp) January 31, 2017 unknown is who will be the successor in office, but the Ecuadorian Foreign Minister, Guillaume Long, announced to the media that some names are handled and is only be defined a proposal, which will be submitted to the approval of the heads of State of the block.
> Strap meets with Felipe VI and Rajoy on Monday in Spain the Unasur is formed by Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela.