Guterres celebrated on Thursday the tenth anniversary of the inauguration of the United Nations Centre for Information and Communications Technology-Valencia (UNCICT-V), which must become a ‘technological and computational model.’
The UN chief assessed the expansion works of the complex, accompanied by Spanish Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya, and described as vital for the UN the works carried out in the UNCICT-V, one of the two cloud nodes of world organization. The other is in Geneva.
Guterres will complete this Friday in Madrid his visit to Spain after meeting with King Felipe VI, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, and Fourth Vice-President and Minister for Ecological Transition Teresa Ribera.
Actually, his agenda will start with a meeting with Sanchez at La Moncloa Palace (Government headquarters), which will be followed by a press briefing.
Finally, the UN secretary-general will attend a lunch along with Sanchez offered by His Majesties at the Royal Palace, where Vice President of the Government and Minister of the Presidency, Carmen Calvo, will also be present.