The Lehendakari attended the laying of the first stone of the Decarbonization Hub, located in the Port of Bilbao, promoted by Petronor / Repsol.
On the first day of his official visit to Corsica, the Basque Premier met with a broad representation of the various Corsican public institutions and civil society.
The Basque Premier, Iñigo Urkullu, will resume his international agenda after more than two years without traveling abroad due to the pandemic, with the official visit he will make at the end of May to Corsica. On this occasion he will be accompanied by the Secretary General for External Action, Marian Elorza, and the Director of European Affairs, Mikel Anton.
The President of the Basque Country advocates relaunching the general priorities of the TCO: improving the quality of life and social cohesion; participating in the new stage of the European Union; and trying to turn the challenges of climate change and digital transformation into an opportunity.
Iñigo Urkullu is meeting the 21 European Union member state diplomatic corps representatives accredited in Madrid and advocating for the importance of sharing a diagnosis, defining a shared future, dialogue and reaching agreement