Yesterday (5) Brazil stopped to attend the opening ceremony of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Today (6) the day already starts with busy schedule. There will be proof of sports shooting, rowing, water polo, archery and table tennis. In addition to the athletes, the Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN), Ban Ki-moon, will also have a day with many commitments. He arrives today with his entourage in Foz do Iguaçu, in his itinerary are planned visits to the Iguaçu Falls, Itaipu Technological Park (PTI) and Itaipu Binacional.
The UN Secretary General and his entourage will be welcomed by Foreign Minister José Serra, Health Minister Ricardo Barros, Governor Beto Richa and Deputy Governor Cida Borghetti.
In Itaipu the reception will be made by the Brazilian and Paraguayan general directors, Jorge Samek and James Spalding, the director of Coordination, Nelton Friedrich, and the executive finance director, Margaret Groff.
With the Olympiad event in Rio de Janeiro, the interest of heads of states increases in knowing the largest hydroelectric plant in the world in power generation.
This is the second illustrious visit to Itaipu since the end of July. Last Sunday (31), the royal family from Denmark was at the plant. It was the second time in 17 years.
Accustomed to receiving kings, queens and celebrities, like the British princess Diana, Foz do Iguaçu is a script of illustrious visits, from Brazil and abroad.
As it was presented last night (5) the message that this Olympics wants to convey to the world is the importance of preserving the environment and controlling the emission of gases in the atmosphere. Even before Brazil prepares for this event, Foz do Iguaçu already has a tradition for its illustrious visitors, which is the accomplishment of the ceremony of planting a tree in the Visitors Forest, in Itaipu.
The next confirmed visit is that of the Princess of Thailand, still undefined. There are 24 years, more precisely in 1992, the Thai princess Chulabhorn planted a purple ipê in the Reception Center of Visitors of Itaipu.
In 2003, who was in Foz do Iguaçu was the film director Francis Ford Coppola, who returned in 2010. At Itaipu, he planted a sapling tree duck.
In May of 2008, the director general of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (United Nations), Kandeh Yumkella, also left his mark at the plant, planting a pitangueira.
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