The minister Arancha González Laya (San Sebastián, 1969) leads the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation with 892 diplomats and 3,339 officials under his charge. Spain currently has about 300 embassies and consulates abroad.
An expert lawyer in international trade, she was one of the great surprises of the Executive who appointed Pedro Sanchez ten months ago. It is not affiliated with the PSOE. Previously, she held positions as executive director of the International Trade Center, the United Nations development agency and the World Trade Organization (WTO), or head of the cabinet of the director general of the WTO Pascal Lamy.
In this interview with ABC, he analyzes the consequences that the victory of Joe Biden