June 24, 2014
Tuesday
Jun 24
2014

MEDIA ADVISORY: President Clinton to travel to Latin America

Press Release

 

NEW YORK, NY – This Sunday, June 29th through Tuesday, July 1, President Bill Clinton will travel to Haiti and Colombia. President Clinton will make announcements related to new work of the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (CGEP).
 
Reporters who need in-country transportation may contact the Clinton Foundation for assistance. If you have an interest in covering the events, please reply to press@clintonfoundation.org with your name and outlet by this Friday, June 27, at 5 PM.

**Schedule for Planning Purposes Only**
Subject to Change

Sunday, June 29, 2014
 
Tierra Muscady, Haiti
11:45 AM (EDT)
President Clinton to visit and tour new CGEP site in Tierra Muscady, Haiti
OPEN PRESS
 
President Clinton will be touring a peanut farm and new depot facility in Tierra Muscady and visit a farmer training session, as part of the launch of a new CGEP venture.
 
Monday, June 30, 2014
 
Bajo del Tigre, Colombia (30 minutes from Cartagena)
9:30 AM (COT; EDT -1 hour)
President Clinton to visit supplier farms
OPEN PRESS
 
President Clinton will visit farmer associations that are currently supplying CGEP’s Acesso Oferta Local - Productos de Caribe venture in Colombia.
 
Acceso Training Center
Cartagena, Colombia
1:00 PM (COT; EDT -1 hour)
President Clinton to make announcement about the Acceso Training Center
OPEN PRESS
 
President Clinton will be making a joint announcement with the Government of Canada regarding the Acceso Training Center in Cartagena, Colombia.
 
Las Americas Hotel Convention Center
Cartagena, Colombia
2:30 PM (COT; EDT -1 hour)
President Clinton to attend graduation ceremony
OPEN PRESS

President Clinton will be attending the graduation ceremony for the first graduating class from the Acceso Training Center.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014
 
Convention Center
Cartagena, Colombia
10:00 AM (COT; EDT -1 hour)
President Clinton to attend Peace Conference
OPEN PRESS
 
President Clinton will discuss the future of Colombia and the region with other world leaders at the Peace Conference hosted by Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos. 

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