On Wednesday, June 1, 2022, Her Majesty Queen Letizia of Spain accompanied by the Secretary of State for International Cooperation, Ms. Pilar Cancela, began the first full day of their cooperation trip to the Islamic Republic of Mauritania.
According to the Spanish royal court, the day began with a meeting at the Spanish Technical Cooperation Office, where Her Majesty unveiled a plaque commemorating her visit, “…a few words of welcome from the Spanish ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Mauritania gave way to an open dialogue and a tour of the facilities with which the meeting ended.”
Next, Her Majesty visited the logistics platform of the National Society for the Distribution of Frozen Fish (SNDP) where she toured the facility.
Thereafter, Her Majesty Queen Letizia visited the Comprehensive Care Project for Victims of Gender Violence:
“Her Majesty The Queen was accompanied on her way through the Special Police Station against Gender Violence by the Minister of Social Action, Children and Family, Mrs. Safia N´Tahah. Her Majesty viewed a project that includes police, medical, psychological and judicial attention. Her Majesty also toured the facilities of the Police Station. Later in the afternoon, Her Majesty visited the University of Nouakchott.”