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Duke of Marmalade 01-01-2017 09:54 AM

State Visit from Argentina to Spain: February 21-25
 
Although it has not yet been officially announced, the first state visit to be taken after the break will be that of the president of Argentina, Mauricio Macri, who will travel to Madrid accompanied by his wife, Jualiana Awada, between February 21 and 25.

Rajoy reactiva su agenda exterior al comenzar el año

Mary-Rose 01-11-2017 07:23 PM

I cant wait for the state visit

carlota 01-11-2017 08:35 PM

i wonder what maxima thinks about the rather deplorable administration of her country by the current president macri... :whistling: (not that the current presidents have been much better, so i guess this is an endless topic of discussion)

being the professional queen she is, we will never know but i hope she takes advantage of the private moments of the state visit to discuss the matter.

Al_bina 01-11-2017 08:43 PM

Veering off the topic ...
 
:previous:
It will be totally inappropriate for Queen Maxima to discuss ways President Macri manages Argentina. Unlike President Fernández de Kirchner, President Macri is viewed favourably by democratic regimes. That gives him a considerable latitude in managing the country.

I am looking forward to seeing Seniora Awada as she has an impeccable taste in fashion.

Marengo 01-12-2017 02:04 AM

I am quite sure that Queen Máxima - as most of her socio-economic class - had a distaste for both the Kirchners. Fortunately HM knows that such feelings should not be made public.

Stefan 01-12-2017 04:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by carlota (Post 1953546)
i wonder what maxima thinks about the rather deplorable administration of her country by the current president macri... :whistling: (not that the current presidents have been much better, so i guess this is an endless topic of discussion)

being the professional queen she is, we will never know but i hope she takes advantage of the private moments of the state visit to discuss the matter.

Queen Máxima not meet the argentian President at this State visit as it is a State Visit to Spain. She will meet him a month later in March when he pays a State Visit to the Netherlands

Mary-Rose 02-08-2017 05:51 PM

I wounder we will have a programm with Leti and the first Lady of Argentinia.

ANNIE_S 02-14-2017 02:55 PM

This is how the first State Visit of the President and First Lady of Argentina to Spain will be (Hola):

Así será la primera visita de Estado del Presidente y la Primera Dama de Argentina a España
https://translate.google.com/transla...-text=&act=url

An Ard Ri 02-14-2017 03:37 PM

Really looking forward to this State Visit next week!

carlota 02-14-2017 05:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Al_bina (Post 1953548)
:previous:
It will be totally inappropriate for Queen Maxima to discuss ways President Macri manages Argentina. Unlike President Fernández de Kirchner, President Macri is viewed favourably by democratic regimes. That gives him a considerable latitude in managing the country.

sorry - i must have misread as i thought this was the thread for the visit to the netherlands (where they will travel later in the year), not to spain. of course, maxima's view does not matter publicly in any case but i am sure that, like most argentinians around the world, she has views on it.

i agree though, that macri is a step up from the kirchners, although unfortunately lagging behind other presidents of other democracies worldwide.

in any case, i am looking forward to the visit.

lula 02-17-2017 09:49 AM

State Visit of Their Excellencies the President of the Argentine Republic, Mr. Mauricio Macri, and Mrs. Juliana Awada
Madrid


22.02.2017

Official reception at the Royal Palace of Madrid (The protocol has been changed and for the first time the welcome ceremony of a Head of State will be in the Royal Palace and not the Pardo Palace)

Lunch at Zarzuela Palace

Gala dinner at the Royal Palace

23.02.2017

Inauguration the 36th edition of the International Contemporary Art Fair - ARCOmadrid

President of Argentina and Mrs. Juliana Awada will offer a reception in honor of Their Majesties at Pardo Palace

Casa de Su Majestad el Rey de España - Actividades y Agenda - Visita de Estado de Sus Excelencias el Presidente de la República Argentina, Sr. Mauricio Macri, y la Sra. Juliana Awada

Mbruno 02-17-2017 11:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lula (Post 1961906)
State Visit of Their Excellencies the President of the Argentine Republic, Mr. Mauricio Macri, and Mrs. Juliana Awada
Madrid


22.02.2017

Official reception at the Royal Palace of Madrid (The protocol has been changed and for the first time the welcome ceremony of a Head of State will be in the Royal Palace and not the Pardo Palace)

Lunch at Zarzuela Palace

Gala dinner at the Royal Palace

23.02.2017

Inauguration the 36th edition of the International Contemporary Art Fair - ARCOmadrid

President of Argentina and Mrs. Juliana Awada will offer a reception in honor of Their Majesties at Pardo Palace

Casa de Su Majestad el Rey de España - Actividades y Agenda - Visita de Estado de Sus Excelencias el Presidente de la República Argentina, Sr. Mauricio Macri, y la Sra. Juliana Awada


What is the dress code for the return reception at the Pardo Palace ?

AnaC 02-17-2017 11:43 AM

It's up to the President and the First Lady. For the last State Visits, also from Latin American presidents, the dress code was dark suit and cocktail dress.

lula 02-18-2017 05:21 AM

The King will premiere with Macri the new welcome ceremony in the Court of the Armory of the Royal Palace

El Rey estrenará con Macri la nueva ceremonia de bienvenida en el Patio de la Armería del Palacio Real

https://translate.google.es/translat...tml&edit-text=

Mbruno 02-19-2017 12:59 PM

Looking up on Wikipedia, I noticed that some visiting presidents are awarded the Order of Isabella the Catholic while others receive the Royal Order of Charles III. What are the criteria to decide which order each visiting president gets and which order is president Macri likely to be given ?

ANNIE_S 02-21-2017 01:19 PM

Picture of the President and First Lady of Argentina arriving to Spain this evening:
https://www.casarosada.gob.ar/images/...cri_espana.jpg

She's one very stylish lady ;)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mbruno (Post 1962384)
Looking up on Wikipedia, I noticed that some visiting presidents are awarded the Order of Isabella the Catholic while others receive the Royal Order of Charles III. What are the criteria to decide which order each visiting president gets and which order is president Macri likely to be given ?

Not very sure about the criteria. Maybe the usual thing is that they are granted the Order of Isabella the Catholic and the Order of Charles III (that ranks higher) is bestowed to those Heads of State towards whom Spain has a special/close relationship, or to those that already owned the Order of Isabella.

President Macri has been awarded the Collar of the Order of Isabella the Catholic by the Spanish Government, while his wife has been bestowed with the Grand Cross of the same order. Here the info:
El Gobierno condecora al presidente de Argentina en vísperas de su visita de Estado a España
https://translate.google.com/transla...-text=&act=url

Al_bina 02-21-2017 02:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ANNIE_S (Post 1962911)
Picture of the President and First Lady of Argentina arriving to Spain this evening:
https://www.casarosada.gob.ar/images/...cri_espana.jpg

She's one ver styling lady ;)

Mrs Awada looked a bit tired. I am sure she will have a nice wardrobe for this visit.

eya 02-21-2017 04:17 PM

[QUOTE=ANNIE_S;1962911]Picture of the President and First Lady of Argentina arriving to Spain this evening:
https://www.casarosada.gob.ar/images/...cri_espana.jpg

And signing the guestbook of the Royal Palace of El Pardo


https://i.imgur.com/K166exN.jpg

lula 02-22-2017 04:26 AM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VuDr0y-Nki4

Marengo 02-22-2017 05:00 AM

:previous:

Thank you for the video Lula. The royal palace is an impressive background, no wonder King Felipe moved the welcome ceremony here.

Both the queen as the first lady are looking very elegant.


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