FORMER US President Bill Clinton will visit Portugal on June 25 for a conference as part of the anniversary celebrations of Cunha Vaz & Associates.
The Clinton trip to Lisbon will involve a behind closed doors conference, solely for the communication company’s clients and invited guests and without any press access.
The conference, at the Electricity Museum, entitled One Single Humanity, will last two hours, during which Bill Clinton, the husband of Hillary Clinton, who last week dropped out of the Democratic Party leadership race, will outline his vision of the world as he sees it.
António Cunha Vaz stated that although Bill Clinton would be “making no comments about the candidate elections”, the fact that the United States was in a “pre-election excitement” was one of the reasons behind the invitation.
“I think that, at the moment, he is a person with a lot to say about what could change in relations between the United States and the rest of the world as a consequence of the forthcoming Presidential elections,” said Cunha Vaz, sponsor of the event.
Bill Clinton also visited in 2000 when Portugal held the rotating Presidency of the European Union under the António Guterres government.
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