The two governments signed an agreement to promote investments in infrastructure, urban development, housing and transport of Spanish and national companies through the scheme of public-private participation.
The governments of Argentina and Spain signed an agreement Monday to promote investments in infrastructure, urban development, housing and transportation of Spanish and national companies through the scheme of public-private participation. The Collaboration Agreement was signed in Santander by the Minister of the Interior, Rogelio Frigerio, and the holder of the portfolio of Fomento de España, Íñigo de la Serna, and covers the areas of infrastructure, urban development, housing and transport, was officially reported .
“The aim of the agreement is to generate synergy between the two governments to carry out investments in infrastructure, opportunities for Spanish and local companies through public-private participation schemes, and enhance the knowledge of technical staff of joint projects,” said Frigerio .
For his part, De la Serna emphasized the importance of this collaboration and noted that in his ministry there is no record of an agreement of this dimension with Argentina. The minister stressed that this memorandum “reinforces the very close line of collaboration” maintained by Spain and Argentina and explained that in Latin America there is now “a very positive scenario” for medium and long-term infrastructure plans “. Important. “