As usual, the hermetics around Queen Maxim Holland are strong. The Embassy of the Netherlands and the United Nations did not provide details of the work that Argentina will have in the country on the eve of the G20. As you may have known ClarinHe arrived in the country on Wednesday morning and in the evening he attended dinner with former high school classmates Northlands when he finished his litter 30 years of graduates.
Maxima will participate in the G20 as the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Inclusive Financing for Development. He does not represent his country, which will be led by Prime Minister Mark Rutte. This Thursday will have Máxima with President Maurice Macrim in activity at Kirchner's Cultural Center.
The only flight of the day from Amsterdam from KLM landed on Wednesday in Ezeiza at 6.34. Last public activity by Máxima before joining Argentina was in the Dutch capital on Tuesday. During the award ceremony, Erasmus 2018 awarded the person or institution that contributed to Europe an exceptional contribution to the world of culture.
Maxim would remain in the country until Saturday. It is the first visit to Argentina since the death of his sister Inés Zorreguiet.
"Microfinance is an antidote to poverty," says Maxim. These are loans from small amounts for manufacturing enterprises, business or services processed outside the private commercial sector, state institutions, cooperatives or non-governmental organizations and target clients who do not meet the conditions for access to traditional bank loans. In the CCK, the Queen will deal with economic empowerment of women. "
Prior to joining the Royal Fee, Maxima Zorreguieta was a graduate of economics in financial institutions in New York and Brussels. It was at Northlands College in Olivos where he began his training, in which the litter he graduated in 1988 this Wednesday evening celebrated 30 years of graduates.
It is one of the most expensive and most prestigious schools in a country with bilingual education. It began as a women's college, and in the 1990s it became mixed. Several students went through classrooms that later became popular, such as Mónica Caheen D'Anvers and her daughter Sandra Mihanovic, journalist Dolores Caen D'Anvers, lecturer María Freytes, María Eugenia Estenssoro, former Leone Mercedes Margalot and dancer Vanina Escudero, among others. Also, President Macri sent two of his daughters to the Northlands: one of them is Agustina, contemporary cinematography.
The Queen has recently participated in the so- W20, where he called for "gender gaps" and emphasized that digital inclusion is a "priority issue" by participating in a videoconference at the closing session of the Buenos Aires International Women's Meeting.
"Today, women only have a third of small and medium-sized businesses and entrepreneurs should be able to borrow, but they do not have access to them and many leave them," says Maxime.