Washington, November 21 (EFE) .- Ivanka Trump, daughter and adviser to US President Donald Trump, will promote women's entrepreneurship as one of the best forms of economic development during the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) to be held later this month in Hyderabad (India).
At a telephone press conference, Ivanka Trump spoke about the role that will participate as part of the US delegation that will participate in the summit, organized annually by India and the United States since 2010 and which this year will take the first time slogan "Women first, prosperity for all."
"This first summit of 'Women First, Prosperity for All' shows the commitment of the Trump Government to the principle that when women are empowered economically, their communities and their countries are developed, "said Ivanka Trump, who has already led other initiatives on women and entrepreneurship.
The daughter of the president will give the opening speech of the summit on November 28 and the next day will participate in two panels to discuss the entrepreneurship of women, detailed high Government officials who requested anonymity.
"Entrepreneurship within and outside the United States is a key priority for this Government." The United States recognizes that innovation and Entrepreneurship is an essential tool for job creation, economic growth and stability of communities, countries and regions, "said Ivanka Trump.
In the two days and During the summit, the US and India will show "the strong friendship" that exists between their peoples, as well as "the growing collaboration" between the two nations, said the daughter of president.
Ivanka Trump, very close to her father, is one of her main advisers in the White House and has already participated in other international events, such as the summit of G20 leaders. (group of developed countries and emerging economies) held in July in Hamburg (Germany).
On that occasion there was a great controversy because Ivanka Trump sat in the reserved place to his father at the main table of the summit, when the president temporarily left the plenary session to attend bilateral meetings.
It is usual that in this type of meetings some high position occupies provisionally the position of a head of State or Government when this is not present, not to leave the seat empty.
Trump then left in defense of his daughter and criticized the media for questioning what happened.