King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima will take over as head of state this fall, with working visits to California and Texas on their agenda.
From September 6-9, members of the royal family will make an economic visit to San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Dallas and Houston to support Dutch companies and encourage cooperation with their American counterparts.
Royal House: The working visit confirms the excellent economic relations between the Netherlands, California and Texas. The visit will focus on transatlantic cooperation, climate change, the energy transition and healthcare.”
The Dutch royal family is accompanied by the Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, the Minister of Health, Welfare and Sports, the Minister of Education, Culture and Science, the Minister of Economic Development of Curaçao and the Minister of State for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. . Infrastructure and water management.
The Royal House has also announced that a parallel visit will take place while King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima are in the United States, with companies and institutions from the life sciences, health, urban mobility and cycling sectors visiting San Francisco and Los Angeles.
More details about the visit of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima will be announced as soon as possible.
Queen Maxima visited Washington, D.C. and New York in March as Special Advocate for the United Nations Secretary-General for Inclusive Development Finance, and discussed financial inclusion and recovery in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Dutch Queen visits the United States regularly in September for the United Nations General Assembly, which will take place this fall from September 13-27.
Queen Maxima has been the UN Secretary-General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Development Finance since 2009. In this role, she advises the UN Secretary-General on ways to make finance inclusive and provide access to financial and financial services for the underfunded. Income groups and small businesses around the world.
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