Queen Letizia is currently on a Spanish Cooperation trip to the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. She began her second day in the Northwest African country with a tour of the Technical Cooperation Office to learn about the country's development situation and the initiatives carried out by Spanish Cooperation.
Her Majesty then visited the Fish Distribution Project of the Spanish Cooperation to observe its transfer and conservation processes, and how it improves food security and fish consumption habits among the Mauritanian population, benefiting around 390,000 people.
Following this, Queen Letizia visited the Special Police Station against Gender Violence to learn how the Spanish Cooperation works with victims, as well as police, medical, psychological and judicial professions.
In the afternoon, Queen Letizia visited the the University of Nouakchott where the Spanish Cooperation is developing a project for the training of medical specialists, which has equipped the Simulation Center of the Faculty of Medicine.
She also visited the Faculty of Legal and Economic Sciences, where the Spanish Cooperation supports the creation and operation of a Gender Equality Observatory.
Following her time at the university, Queen Letizia visited the "Promopêche" project of the Spanish Cooperation for the promotion of artisanal fishing in protected natural areas of Mauritania.
Queen Letizia concluded the day at the Embassy of Spain where she meet with the Spanish community linked to the Cooperation in Mauritania.
There were no sartorial surprises from Queen Letizia today. She was dressed in her Coop garb, consisting of a white button-up shirt, jeans, and her Panama Jack combat boots.