Queen Letizia of Spain held a meeting with BBVA Foundation this morning to discuss the current situation in Latin America and the measures that the Foundation has taken to mitigate the impact of the pandemic on the 2.2 million entrepreneurs it serves.
On behalf of the BBVA Microfinance Foundation, the general director, Javier M. Flores; the Director of Talent and Culture, José Martín and the Director of Impact Measurement and Strategic Development, Stephanie G. Van Gool.
This meeting with the BBVA Microfinance Foundation occurs within the framework of the meetings that King and Queen have been carrying out since the beginning of the pandemic to find out the situation and the impact of the health crisis on different sectors of society, companies and institutions.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia then held a meeting with Municipal Transport Company of Madrid to learn how they are working during the pandemic. The Royal Cople recognize the important work being undertaken during these weeks in the videoconference you had today with representatives of the Municipal Transport Company of Madrid to learn how they are facing the pandemic and its consequences.
The Municipal Transport Company of Madrid (EMT) is a Public Limited Company, owned by the Madrid City Council, integrated into the Regional Transport Consortium of Capita EMT, it is the global operator of surface public mobility in Madrid and one of the largest companies in mobility in Europe by volume of business, fleet and users.
Those responsible have stressed that cleaning and disinfection are being the essential aspects to guarantee the safety of employees and travellers, from the outset the strictest protocol and cleaning by spraying. EMT covers a territorial area of 605 square kilometres and a population of 3.15 million inhabitants. The EMT network of lines has a length of 3,819 kilometres and 10,572 stops.
For the day, Queen Letizia wore grey checked blazer with black trousers and a white blouse. Letizia debuted Hugo Boss Asima Patterned Slim-fit Blazer.
The Asima Slim-fit blazer in black-and-white check from HUGO for Women was sold out for £269.00.
She paired the outfit with her bezel studs and Karen Hallam