The Inter-American Dialogue is pleased to host a series of high-level conversations with top diplomats from the western hemisphere titled Ambassador Dialogues. Amidst a turbulent political landscape, democratic decline, and challenging economic conditions across the region, bilateral diplomacy remains one of the strongest tools for fostering collaboration and devising innovative solutions to the most critical challenges. The Ambassador Dialogues series will engage key ambassadors from Latin America and Caribbean with their US counterparts to explore opportunities for cooperation to address today’s most relevant issues. Trade, migration, democracy, social inclusion, and more will be examined in the context of each unique bilateral relationship.
US-Ecuador Relations: Priorities and Opportunities
The Inter-American Dialogue is pleased to host a conversation between Ambassador of Ecuador to the United States, Ivonne A-Baki, and US Ambassador in Quito, Michael J. Fitzpatrick. The United States and Ecuador have a long history of collaboration, dating back to the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1848. Today, economic prosperity, democratic governance, regional security, health, and environmental sustainability are among the top priorities of the US-Ecuador relationship.
Join Dialogue President & CEO Rebecca Bill Chavez on Wednesday, December 7, at 10:00 AM EST for a high-level dialogue with Ambassadors A-Baki and Fitzpatrick as they discuss opportunities in the US-Ecuador bilateral relationship.
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Ambassador of the United States of America to Ecuador
Ambassador of the Republic of Ecuador to the United States of America (@IvonneBaki)