National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan met with President Santiago Peña of Paraguay at the White House yesterday to discuss opportunities to strengthen the deep partnership between our two countries. The National Security Advisor welcomed the stand that Paraguay has taken on important regional and global issues, such as supporting democracy in Venezuela and condemning Russia’s war against Ukraine. They also discussed continued bilateral cooperation on shared security and economic priorities, including mobilizing U.S. private sector investment to develop Paraguay’s digital and physical infrastructure and Paraguay’s interest in joining the Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity. National Security Advisor Sullivan and President Peña reaffirmed the shared democratic values that form the bedrock of the U.S.-Paraguay relationship and discussed ongoing efforts in Paraguay to strengthen democratic institutions and combat corruption.


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